2 edition of Tax incentives and financing assistance for industrial location found in the catalog.
Tax incentives and financing assistance for industrial location
by New York State, Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of Business Research in [Albany, N.Y.]
Written in English
|Other titles||Tax incentives & financing assistance for industrial location|
|Statement||prepared in the Tax Analysis Unit: Edward M. Applebaum, principal economist.|
|Series||Research bulletin / New York State Bureau of Business Research -- no. 52|
|Contributions||Applebaum, Edward M., New York (State). Bureau of Business Research|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||138|
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Get this from a library. Tax incentives and financing assistance for industrial location. [Edward M Applebaum; Margaret M Brodeur; New York (State). Bureau of Business Research.;].
Get this from a library. Tax incentives and financing assistance for industrial location. [Edward M Applebaum; Jerome Watstein; New York (State). Bureau of Business Research. Economic Analysis Unit.]. Historically, the package of negotiated incentives includes some combination of cash grants, tax abatements, government-funded infrastructure improvements, financing assistance, and other economic incentives.
The changes to the tax law now must be considered by companies in negotiating for and assessing the economic benefits of these packages.
Prior to the TCJA, Sec. report on tax expenditures comes out every other year and includes tax incentives for economic development (such as the economic development zone incentive), but it provides little information about a credit’s effectiveness.
b Arkansas produces a stand-alone report on business incentives and taxFile Size: KB. Targeted tax incentives include job-development and retraining tax credits, tax abatements, infrastructure financing, or, in some cases, outright grants and loans of public funds.
State and local officials use targeted incentives to attract a private firm to their state, help support or expand an existing business, or prevent a company from relocating to another location.