Tag: Historic Preservation

Tax Expenditure Review Committee Commences Hearings

The Tax Expenditure Review Committee that eventually will concern itself with Ohio’s Historic Preservation Tax Credit held its first meeting April 11 with an examination of $4.03 billion in forfeited tax revenues, the lion’s share consumed by the sales and use tax exemption on tangible personal property whose buyers manufacture other tangible personal property for sale.

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State Awards More than $28M in Historic Tax Credits

The Ohio Development Services Agency (DSA) awarded $28,370,452 in Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credits to rehabilitate 22 historic buildings in 11 communities, the agency announced Tuesday. The projects are expected to lead to...

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Historic Tax Credits Axed by House Ways and Means

The time to act is right now!  As we have been expecting, the House Ways and Means Committee has removed historic tax credits, during the tax reform process. We are in a national campaign to Save Historic Tax Credits.  Everyone...

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Ohio Awards Historic Preservation Tax Credits

The state awarded nearly $35 million in Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credits during the last week in June to historic building rehabilitation projects in 13 communities. The tax credits were distributed among 30 new applicants...

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