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Search Results: State TIF Statute
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Effectiveness of TIF in Austin, TXMembers only Login
The City’s use of tax increment financing in four TIF districts has resulted in positive benefits, including increased tax revenues, redevelopment of disused property, removal of land from a floodplain, and development of more housing. The City...
Overview of City of Dallas Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Program & Policy Members only Login
Sue Hounsel of the City of Dallas shares insight into Texas' tax increment financing legal and procedural elements.
CDFA TIF State-By-State Report 2015
The CDFA 2015 TIF State-By-State Report is a detailed review of the current state statutes and related regulations governing the use of tax increment financing tools throughout the country. This information has been collected by CDFA with the help...
CDFA Leveraged Development Finance ToolsMembers only Login
Jim Parsons of Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP, Roger Peterman of Dinsmore & Shohl LLP, and Tom Howard of Commonwealth Economics present Kentucky's most leveraged development finance tools including tax increment financing and revenue bonds.
The Use of TIF in NebraskaMembers only Login
The Platte Institute for Economic Research released this policy study on the use of TIF in Nebraska. The study covers general concepts, trends, cases studies from various size cities, economic analysis, and recommendations.
Tax Increment Financing in Maine: OverviewMembers only Login
The Town of Lincoln, Maine presented an overview of the town's TIF program. The presentation includes an explanation of TIF and requirements in the state.
Economic Redevelopment and Growth (ERG) ProgramMembers only Login
Paul Ceppi from New Jersey Economic Development Authority gives insight into the state's version of TIF: Economic Redevelopment and Growth (ERG) Program, sharing key provisions, eligibility criteria, residential projects and more.
Community EngagementMembers only Login
The most overlooked element of TIF, public buy-in and policy, is explained by Courtney Knight of Invest Atlanta.
Why TIF Stalled in North CarolinaMembers only Login
This paper from the North Carolina Law Review covers the history of TIF in NC and nationally. It also looks at three authorized TIF projects to date in North Carolina as well as takeaway lessons from each. The final part provides a survey of...
Why No State Reports on the TIF Program in PAMembers only Login
Allegheny Institute for Public Policy wrote this paper on the PA's state staute that calls for a report to determine if TIF is was working, The law required a comprehensive report to be made to the Governor and the General Assembly every two years...
Improving TIF Transparency and AccountabilityMembers only Login
This proposal from David S. Bieri Ph.D and Carla Maria Kayanan (University of Michigan) seeks to contribute to the current policy discussion on TIF reform by developing the blueprint for a comprehensive, state-level database on the scale, scope and...
Pennsylvania Economic Development Tools: Including the NIZ, the CRIZ, and TIFsMembers only Login
Scott Shearer with Public Financial Management describes Pennsylvania's unique targeted redevelopment tools, their structuring, benefits, and differences from one another.
In the Zone: Targeted Redevelopment ToolsMembers only Login
Don Cunningham with Lehigh Valley EDC presents on the City Revitalization and Improvement Zone (CRIZ) and Neighborhood Improvement Zone (NIZ) programs, and how they have been transforming communities in Allentown and Bethlehem.
NH Tax Increment Financing DistrictMembers only Login
This presentation from the Economic Development Manager of Rochester, NH provides an overview of TIF legislation in the state (RSA 162-K), illustrates how TIF Districts work, and offers Best Practices.
TIF in IndianaMembers only Login
Karl Marschel with Bryan Cave shares his experience with Indiana's TIF law and standard practice, including necessary steps to enacting a TIF, what can be funded, and other considerations.
Wisconsin Tax Increment FinancingMembers only Login
Sid Inman with Ehlers describes TIF law and standard practice in the State of Wisconsin, including procedures, qualifications, and eligible project costs.
Illinois Tax Increment FinancingMembers only Login
Maureen Barry with Ehlers details the statues and standard practice regarding tax increment financing in Illinois, covering types of TIF, eligible expenses, and issues and trends.
Missouri TIF ProgramsMembers only Login
John Brancaglione with PGAV discusses the use of TIF in Missouri: its duration, revenue sources, and other statutes which affect its use as an economic development tool.
What is a Business Improvement District?Members only Login
This guide from SB Friedman defines tax increment financing and addresses the policies and procedures for creating a Business Improvement District or similar district.
CDFA Ohio Financing Roundtable Legislative Briefing CallMembers only Login
The Ohio General Assembly is considering two pieces of legislation concerning changes to Ohio's tax increment finance and state new markets tax credit programs. In this briefing, Scott Ziance with Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease discusses H.B. 198...
Tax Increment Financing Trends in Southern Maine 2001-2011Members only Login
Kevin Price with the University of Southern Maine identifies and presents major trends in municipal TIF practices in Southern Maine and how policies governing TIFs are affecting the overall performance, compliance, frequency of use and more.
Comparison of Tax Increment Financing Statutes in WashingtonMembers only Login
This resource from Foster Pepper provides a comparison of varying state TIF districts, authorized users, approval processes, eligible contributions and boundaries, eligible projects and much more.
TAD vs. TIRZ - Which Model for Redevelopment is Better?Members only Login
During this dual-state webcast, Georgia’s Tax Allocation Districts (TAD) and Texas’ Tax Increment Reinvestment Zones (TIRZ) were compared side-by-side with examples that helped shed light on the effectiveness of each policy. Which tax increment...
U.S. Virgin Islands Tax Increment Finance StatuteMembers only Login
This document contains the enabling legislation for the use of tax increment finance in the U.S. Virgin Islands. The Virgin Islands is the most recent entity to approve the use of TIF.
Montana TIF StatuteMembers only Login
Enabling legislation for tax increment financing in Montana.
South Dakota TIF StatuteMembers only Login
Enabling legislation for tax increment financing in South Dakota.
South Carolina TIF StatuteMembers only Login
Enabling legislation for tax increment financing in South Carolina.
Rhode Island TIF StatuteMembers only Login
Enabling legislation for tax increment financing in Rhode Island.
West Virginia TIF StatuteMembers only Login
Enabling legislation for tax increment financing in West Virginia.
Wyoming TIF StatuteMembers only Login
Enabling legislation for tax increment financing in Wyoming.
Wisconsin TIF StatuteMembers only Login
Enabling legislation for tax increment financing in Wisconsin.
Vermont TIF StatuteMembers only Login
Enabling legislation for tax increment financing in Vermont.
Washington TIF StatuteMembers only Login
Enabling legislation for tax increment financing in Washington state.
Virginia TIF StatuteMembers only Login
Enabling legislation for tax increment financing in Virginia.
Utah TIF StatuteMembers only Login
Enabling legislation for tax increment financing in Utah.
Texas TIF StatuteMembers only Login
Enabling legislation for tax increment reinvestment zones in Texas
Tennessee TIF StatuteMembers only Login
Enabling legislation for tax increment financing in Tennessee.
Iowa TIF StatuteMembers only Login
Enabling legislation for tax increment financing in Iowa.
Florida TIF StatuteMembers only Login
Enabling legislation for tax increment financing in Florida.
Louisiana TIF StatuteMembers only Login
Enabling legislation for tax increment financing in Louisiana.
New Mexico TIF StatuteMembers only Login
Enabling legislation for tax increment financing in New Mexico.
North Carolina TIF StatuteMembers only Login
Enabling legislation for tax increment financing in North Carolina.
Kentucky TIF StatuteMembers only Login
Enabling legislation for tax increment financing in Kentucky.
North Dakota TIF StatuteMembers only Login
Enabling legislation for tax increment financing in North Dakota.
Nebraska TIF StatuteMembers only Login
Enabling legislation for tax increment financing in Nebraska.
Mississippi TIF StatuteMembers only Login
Enabling legislation for tax increment financing in Mississippi.
Kansas TIF StatuteMembers only Login
Enabling legislation for tax increment financing in Kansas.
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