Our new report, The New Markets Tax Credit: At Work in Communities Across America, features ninety-two NMTC success stories from all fifty states plus the District of Columbia.
Leaders in in both the House and Senate have introduced legislation that would permanently extend the NMTC and enhance the potential impact of the Credit by increasing the annual NMTC allocation.
HOUSE EXTENSION BILL:
Fact sheet, cosponsors, and more information on HR 4365.
SENATE EXTENSION BILL:
Fact sheet, cosponsors, and more information on S 1133.
About the NMTC
The New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) was originally authorized in 2000 as part of a bipartisan collaboration between President Clinton and Speaker Hastert (R-IL). The idea behind the NMTC is that there are good business opportunities in urban and rural low-income communities, but the cost and availability of capital in these "New Markets" is an impediment to economic growth. NMTC employs a modest federal subsidy to stimulate private sector investment in these communities through a delivery system of private for-profit and nonprofit entities that provides patient, flexible capital to businesses and projects.
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From the Blog
- New Market Tax Credit Reports Ignore Success August 11, 2014
- Two New Reports Paint an Incomplete and Inaccurate Picture of the New Markets Tax Credit August 11, 2014
- NMTC Provides Access to Capital That Distressed Communities Can Count On—At Least for Now July 30, 2014
- New Markets Tax Credit Makes Substantial Contribution In Rural America July 15, 2014
- Fifty Members of the House Urge NMTC Extension June 26, 2014
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