HB 469, Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit Extension

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Rep. Ron Stephens
District 164

This bill would extend the sunset of the Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit and would limit the annual aggregate tax credits allowed. 

This bill would limit the annual aggregate tax credit for historic homes to $5 million per year and provide that no tax credits for historic homes will be provided after January 1, 2025. The bill would limit the annual aggregate tax credit for all other certified structures to $30 million and provide that no tax credits will be provided after January 1, 2028.

Last Updated: 4/4/2022
Subject Area: Taxation
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BILL STATUS
7/1/2022 - Effective Date 5/2/2022 - Act 812 5/2/2022 - Date Signed by Governor

Votes

4/4/2022 House Vote #910 Yea - 155 Nay - 11 Not Voting - 4 Excused - 10
4/1/2022 Senate Vote #795 Yea - 48 Nay - 4 Not Voting - 3 Excused - 1
4/1/2022 Senate Vote #794 Yea - 46 Nay - 6 Not Voting - 3 Excused - 1
3/8/2021 House Vote #227 Yea - 167 Nay - 2 Not Voting - 7 Excused - 4

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