Up to a 35 percent tax credit for individual investors who invest in early stage, wealth-creating businesses that seek start-up and expansion capital.
The Competitive Projects Payroll Incentive Program provides an incentive rebate of up to 15 percent of a participating company's new payroll for up to 10 years.
Provides a 35 percent tax credit for in-state labor, coupled with a 25 percent credit for eligible production expenses.
A $2,500 tax credit for each certified net, new job created and either a 4 percent sales/use tax rebate on capital expenses or 1.5 percent refund on capital investment.
100 percent property tax abatement for up to 10 years on a manufacturer's new investment and annual capitalized additions.
A 30 percent transferable tax credit for qualified motion picture production expenditures and an additional 5 percent payroll tax credit for in-state labor.
Whether you're launching a national concert tour, staging a new theatrical production or even building and restoring a performance venue, we'll help you hit your mark. Louisiana offers a robust 25% to 35% tax incentive for musical and theatrical productions and state certified higher education musical or theatrical infrastructure projects.
Up to 6 percent rebate on annual payroll expenses for up to 10 years and either a 4 percent sales/use tax rebate on capital expenses or a 1.5 percent investment tax credit for qualifying expenses.
A tax credit up to 40 percent to existing businesses with operating facilities in Louisiana to establish or continue research and development within the state.
A five-year 100 percent property tax abatement for the rehabilitation of an existing structure.
A 25 percent refundable tax credit for qualified production expenditures on state-certified sound recording projects.
A 40 percent refundable tax credit for companies that invest in the commercialization of Louisiana technology and a 6 percent payroll rebate for the creation of new, direct jobs.
The New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) Program was established in 2000 as part of the Community Renewal Tax Relief Act of 2000.
The RC/EZ/EC Initiative is vital to development in more than 100 distressed urban and rural areas nationwide. The Initiative, through a combination of innovative tax incentives, federal grants, and partnerships with government, for-profit and non-profit agencies, has opened new businesses and created jobs, housing, and new educational and healthcare opportunities for thousands of Americans.