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$4.1 Million Tax Credits Program in Kansas Unveiled – Check Qualification!

Kansas Commerce Allocates $4.1 Million Tax Credits for Community Projects

Lieutenant Governor David Toland Leads Department of Commerce‘s Initiative in Topeka – Kansas Commerce Offers $4.1 Million Tax Credits

According to KANSAS COMMERCE, Kansas commerce offers $4.1 million tax credits for community projects led by Lieutenant Governor David Toland the Department of Commerce in Topeka is providing $4.1 million tax credits through the CSP program. The $4.1 million tax credits support non-profit groups and public health organizations in various initiatives like childcare, crime prevention, job training, and healthcare services. Donors receive tax breaks stimulating economic growth and improving life in Kansas towns.

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$4.1 Million Tax Credits Program in Kansas Unveiled – Check Qualification! (PHOTO: LinkedIn)

$4.1 Million Tax Credits for Community Projects in Kansas – Apply Now

Groups can propose special projects for tax breaks between March 1 to April 30, 2024, up to $200,000. Small towns get 70% off while larger areas get 50%. A webinar on March 1 at 1:00 p.m. is available. For details visit the Commerce Department‘s website or contact Sara Bloom. It aims to boost communities across Kansas.

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