Rehabilitation Tax Credits for Commercial Proprerty
Tax credits could significantly reduce the cost of repairing old buildings
This seminar covers new changes in the Wisconsin State Tax Code and focuses both on tax credits for historic buildings administered by the Wisconsin Historical Society and rehabilitation tax credits for buildings built before 1936 that are not certified as historic.
Combining state and Federal tax credits could save building owners as much as 30-40 percent of expenses for structural and mechanical improvements. Also new, these credits can be sold in full or in part, and be used by nonprofits, to raise equity.
If you are unsure of the age of your building, the Historic Preservation Commission may already have information, or attend our April 21 session on How to Research the History of Your Building, 6 p.m. at the Rhinelander District Library.
Future workshops to assist businesses with these forms may be scheduled if there is sufficient interest.
Thursday April 10, 2014
6:00 PM -
Rhinelander City Hall, Council Chambers,
135 S Stevens St,,
Rhinelander, WI 54501
City of Rhinelander Historic Preservation Commission
Theresa (715) 365-8606
The event has already occurred.