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Upcoming Events

January 23-24, 2019
12:00 - 5:00pm Eastern
The Fundamentals of Economic Development Finance WebCourse is the foundation for all of CDFA’s educational offerings. This course helps attendees understand the variety of development finance tools available, from bonds, tax credits and TIF, to federal financing programs, RLFs, and access to capital lending resources.

Featured State Resources

OZ Workshop - Case Study - Husch Blackwell LLPMembers only Login
Rebecca Mitich with Husch Blackwell LLP presents an Opportunity Zones case study from Milwaukee, WI.
Financing Hospitals and Health Care Facilities in Underserved Communities - WIMembers only Login
Dennis Reilly with the Wisconsin Health & Educational Facilities Authority (WHEFA) presents on the financing programs they offer...
An Analysis of Tax Increment Financing in the Greater LA Crosse Region in WIMembers only Login
This report provides a summary of tax incremental financing (TIF) in the greater La Crosse region, with a focus on the City of La...
Tax Increment Financing: Making the Best Deal for Your CommunityMembers only Login
Daniel Lindstrom and Karl Frantz present on TIF and making the best deal for your community at the Wisconsin American Planning...
Should You Build It with TIF?Members only Login
Matthew Dregne from Stafford Roesenbaum LLP discusses TIF at the League of Wisconsin Municipalities

Wisconsin Development Finance Headlines


Featured State Programs

501(c)(3) Revenue Bond ProgramMembers only Login
501(c)(3) revenue bonds are a low-cost, tax-exempt financing resource for capital improvement projects of qualified nonprofit corporations. In order for a nonprofit corporation to access tax-exempt financing, it must have received a determination...
Agribusiness Guarantee (AGBG)Members only Login
The Agribusiness Guarantee helps new or existing businesses obtain financing on favorable terms to develop or expand production of products using Wisconsin's raw agricultural commodities.
Brownfield ProgramMembers only Login
Wisconsin’s Brownfield Program provides grant funds to assist local governments, businesses and individuals with assessing and remediating the environmental contamination of an abandoned, idle or underused industrial or commercial facility or site....

CDFA Wisconsin Supporters

For information about sponsoring, review the sponsor prospectus and complete our sponsorship agreement or contact CDFA.