DRS: Corporate Pledges to Support 2018 Neighborhood Assistance Act Due Oct. 1

Corporate Pledges to Support 2018 Neighborhood Assistance Act Due October 1

 

Businesses that make cash investments in qualified community programs are eligible to receive corporate tax credits through Connecticut’s Neighborhood Assistance Act, administered annually by the Department of Revenue Services (DRS). To be considered, businesses must submit Form NAA-02 to DRS by Monday, October 1, 2018.

 

DRS will award up to five million dollars in tax credits to businesses that sponsor Neighborhood Assistance Act approved projects. Each business requesting a tax credit must complete a separate Form NAA-02 for each program it wishes to sponsor.

 

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