Best practices for obtaining and evaluating credits and incentives.

Over the past several decades, more and more states have been offering tax credits and incentives to encourage economic development in their jurisdictions. Accordingly, a business should prepare an incentives analysis every time it considers making a capital investment or growing jobs. This applies to every material capital outlay in any type of real estate, machinery or equipment. That is, the business should investigate and evaluate whether the federal, state and local governments where the investment will be located (or could be located) will partner with them by providing financial and other incentives to encourage the businesses to locate (or relocate) within their boundaries. Oftentimes, businesses can overlook these opportunities because the proposed acquisition has to be kept confidential, or time is of the essence and there is not sufficient leeway to negotiate incentives. Even so, factoring the potential for obtaining financial assistance from state and local governments could prove worth the time and trouble.

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