If your business is helping drive local economic development by creating and/or retaining jobs in an Enterprise Zone, you may be eligible for Enterprise Zone tax credits.
10 Questions to Ask Yourself
- Making an investment in equipment or improvements?
- Hiring employees?
- Operating in an enhanced rural zone?
- Adding value to agricultural commodities?
- Sponsoring health insurance for your employees?
- Planning to occupy a previously vacant building?
- Providing job training?
- Making private expenditures on R+D?
- Purchasing manufacturing machinery, machine tools, and machine parts?
- Considering local government tax incentives?
Are you located in…
- Delta*, Hinsdale*, Montrose, and Ouray* counties: All incorporated and unincorporated areas.
- Gunnison County: All incorporated and unincorporated areas, except in the Town of Crested Butte where only zoned commercial, business, tourist, or PUD are included.
- San Miguel County: All incorporated and unincorporated areas, except in the town of Telluride.
*Delta, Hinsdale, and Ouray counties are Enhanced Rural Enterprise Zones and offer larger tax credits to businesses that apply.
If you answered yes to any of these questions, you’re leaving money on the table!
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