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Annual Reports on the Economic Impact of the Federal Historic Tax Credit

04-12-2016 19:16

Prepared by researchers at the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University, in collaboration with the National Park Service. These studies examine the historical and current use of the historic preservation tax credit and provide quantitative and qualitative information about the economic and community benefits that derive from it.



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FY2016: Annual Report on the Economic Impact of the Feder...   663K   1 version
Uploaded - 10-17-2017
Rutgers University’s Center for Urban Policy Research based its analysis on NPS data provided for each HTC transaction during the 2016 fiscal year, October 1, 2015–September 30, 2016.
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FY2015: Annual Report on the Economic Impact on the Feder...   720K   1 version
Uploaded - 12-01-2016
This executive summary is based on the findings of a National Park Service-funded annual study undertaken through a cooperative agreement with Rutgers University. The National Trust for Historic Preservation provided assistance in the preparation of the two case studies. In Fiscal Year (FY) 2015, 870 completed historic rehabilitation projects were certified by the National Park Service, representing $4.47 billion in estimated rehabilitation costs that qualify for a 20% Federal tax credit.
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FY 2014: Annual Report on the Economic Impact of the Fede...   811K   1 version
Uploaded - 04-12-2016
In Fiscal Year (FY) 2014, 762 completed historic rehabilitation projects were certified by the National Park Service, representing $4.32 billion in estimated rehabilitation costs that qualify for a 20% Federal tax credit. (Another 1,156 proposed projects were also approved in FY 2014.)
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FY2013: Annual Report on the Economic Impact on the Feder...   1.19MB   1 version
Uploaded - 04-12-2016
In Fiscal Year (FY) 2013, 803 completed historic rehabilitation projects were certified by the National Park Service, representing $3.39 billion in estimated rehabilitation costs that qualify for a 20% Federal tax credit. (Another 1,155 proposed projects were also approved in FY 2013.)
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FY2012: Annual Report on the Economic Impact of the Feder...   5.52MB   1 version
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FY2011: Third Annual Report on the Economic Impact of the...   1.83MB   1 version
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FY2009-2010: Second Annual Report on the Economic Impact ...   1.51MB   1 version
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FY2008: First Annual Report on the Economic Impact of the...   998K   1 version
Uploaded - 04-12-2016
This first comprehensive report analyzes the economic impact of the Federal Historic Tax Credit since its inception in 1976.

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