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New Alabama Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit

On August 22, the Alabama Historical Commission approved regulations for the Alabama Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit. The new law passed this year gives tax credits to owners who rehabilitate residential and commercial property. The regulations below detail how the AHC will administer the program. Staff will accept applications for the historic preservation credit starting October 1, 2013. Applications that arrive before October 1 will be treated as arriving on October 1.

There are $20 million in tax credits available each year for this program. The AHC will review applications and reserve credits in the order in which they are received. If the AHC receives more than one application on the same day, a lottery will determine the review order. The commission will accept applications on a continuing basis after October 1. Once the annual tax credit allocation has been reserved, the commission will place later applications on a waiting list.

For information about the program, contact Jennifer Bailey at jennifer.bailey@preserveala.org or 334-230-2643.

Important Documents and Links

Summary of the AL Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit Act #2013-241

Full Content of Tax Credit Act #2013-241

Tax Credit Regulations (AL Rule 460 x 23)

Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit Application Forms

·     Instructions

·     Statement of Intent

·     Application Part A Evaluation of Significance

·     Application Part B Description of Rehabilitation

·     Application Part C Request for Certification Completed Work

·     Amendment Sheet

·     Continuation Sheet

.     Supplemental Allocation Application

.     Sample Application Parts A and B




2013 AHC Operating Grant Recipients


Click here for the list of places funded through the 2013 Alabama Historical Commission Operating grant.



Potential Funding Sources and Resources


Alabama Funding Sources

These community and corporate foundations, nonprofit organizations and state agencies support preservation projects.

Alabama Funding Sources

Alabama Resources
Many Alabama organizations offer training and assistance for research, grant writing and fundraising.  Some resources are membership-based, while others offer free assistance.
Alabama Resources

National Funding Sources
These corporate foundations, nonprofit organizations and federal agencies support preservation projects.
National Funding Sources

National Resources
Many national organizations offer training and assistance for research, grant writing and fundraising. Some resources are membership-based, while others offer free assistance.
National Resources


 

 


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