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Under current law, the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) is allowed to offer job retention credits of up to 7 percent of a companys payroll under its Enterprise Zone Program.
The city of Springfield waived Franz's property taxes on the Glenwood factory for the first three years under the city's enterprise zone program, which is designed to encourage business growth and job creation.
The company has represented companies receiving nearly 60 percent of all incentives approved by the state's Enterprise Zone Program, and many clients that have received subsidies from other Texas incentive programs, according to The Dallas Morning News.
The legislation, Assembly Bill 93, drastically scales back the locally controlled enterprise zone program and replaces it with a broader, statewide set of tax incentives for business.
The Department of Economic Development has authorized an incentive package that includes $57,602 in Enhanced Enterprise Zone program tax credits over five years.
6 million low-interest loan for the project, up to $2 million in Urban and Industrial Sites Reinvestment Tax Credits, and local property tax exemptions through the state's Enterprise Zone program.
In her role as Commerce Secretary, Bauer has been New Jersey's lead advocate for business--headlining the efforts to strengthen the Garden State's business attraction and retention programs, managing the Urban Enterprise Zone program, promoting the state as a premier tourism destination and otherwise maintaining the state's standing in the global marketplace.
In the following paper the impact on the number of firms is estimated for the California Enterprise Zone Program from 1987 to 1991, the years of operation for the first series of enterprise zones in the state.
The idea of the federal enterprise zone program was in part realized in the Empowerment Zones and Enterprise Communities (EZEC) Act that was passed by Congress in May 1993 under the Clinton Administration (Rubin, 1994; Liebschutz, 1995).
These data will be used to help inform the Urban Enterprise Zone program, for applications to the Community Development Block Grant Program, in newspaper and television and radio stories, and by hundreds of businesses and local governments attempting to enlighten their work with a comprehensive, standard set of information that is comparable across the state and throughout the United States.
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