The role of incentives

March 2014
Smart Business Cleveland;Mar2014, Vol. 25 Issue 7, p16
The author discusses the important role of incentives, like tax incentives, in rebuilding places and lives. She cites as example the redevelopment projects in downtown Cleveland, Ohio that were made possible through a combination of funding sources like federal programs and tax credits. Among the federal incentives are the New Markets Tax Credits and Low Income Housing Tax Credits.


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