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Congress Extends Various Federal Indian Tax Incentives

Posted December 18, 2014 by Galanda Broadman, PLLC

According to the Native American Finance Officers Association (NAFOA):

The Indian Tax Extenders, found in the Tax Increase Prevention Act of 2014, [H.R. 5771], cleared the Senate yesterday by a vote of 76-16. The Tax Prevention Actprovides a one-year extension to a number of tax incentives that expired in December of 2013. The so-called Indian Extenders included in the legislation are designed to incentivize direct investment in projects on Indian lands and the hiring of Indian people. The New Markets Tax Credit program, included in the legislation, will also impact tribal development.imgres-1

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