To provide an incentive for the rehabilitation or construction of owner-occupied homes in certain areas of the state.
The 2016 NPA Application is now available. The 2016 NPA Application has a postmark deadline of February 16, 2016. The application must be completed in full and include all required documents to proceed to the lottery process. Incomplete applications and/or applications missing any of the required documents will immediately be denied upon receipt. All applicants must be the property owner at the time of application.
Note: Please submit the Certification of Alien Employment form with all final applications. This includes all program years, 2000-present. Originally this document was sent with the final application from 2000-2004. However, in 2005 the form was included with the preliminary application. There has been a change in requirements and this form is now required with the final application for all program years including 2000-present.
Sections 135.475 to 135.487, RSMo
“Qualifying Areas” include “distressed communities,” as defined in 135.530, RSMo, and areas with a median household income of less than 70% of the median household income for the applicable MSA or non-MSA.
“Eligible Areas” with a median household income of 70% to 89% of the median household income for the applicable MSA or non-MSA.
Any taxpayer who incurs eligible costs for a new residence or rehabilitates a residence for owner occupancy that is located in a designated are
PROGRAM BENEFITS/ELIGIBLE USES:
The Department of Economic Development (DED) issues state tax credits to a homeowner who rehabilitates a home or to a homeowner or developer that constructs a new home for owner-occupancy in certain areas of the state.
This tax credit can be applied to:
- Ch. 143 – Income tax, excluding withholding tax
- Ch. 147 – Corporate franchise tax
- Ch. 148 –
- Bank Tax
- Insurance Premium Tax
- Other Financial Institution Tax
This credit’s special attributes:
- Carryback 3 years
- Carryforward 5 years
- Sellable or transferable
The maximum credits available are $8 million for Qualifying Areas and $8 million for Eligible Areas.
- The credits for a project are determined as follows:
New Residences in Eligible Areas – 15% of eligible costs, tax credits cannot exceed $25,000 per residence;
- New Residences in Qualifying Areas – 15% of eligible costs, tax credits cannot exceed $40,000 per residence;
- Substantial Rehabilitation in Eligible Areas – 25% of eligible costs, minimum costs $10,000, tax credits cannot exceed $25,000 per residence;
- Substantial Rehabilitation in Qualifying Areas – 35% of eligible costs, minimum costs the greater of $5,000 or 50% of the purchase price, tax credit cannot exceed $70,000 per residence.
- Non-substantial Rehabilitation in Qualifying Areas – 25% of eligible costs, minimum costs $5,000, tax credits cannot exceed $25,000 per residence.
A pre-application is submitted to DED that includes cost estimates and scope of work. Applications will be accepted during the designated application period. The applications are granted preliminary approval based on a lottery process.
The "Tax Credit Accountability Act" reporting form must be submitted to DED by June 30 each year for three years following the year of the first issuance of tax credits.
SPECIAL PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS:
Tax credits may not be claimed in addition to any other state tax credits, with the exception of the Historic Preservation tax credit authorized by sections 253.545 to 253.561, RSMo. If Historic Preservation tax credits are claimed, the maximum available credits under this program will be the lesser of 20% of the eligible costs or $40,000.
Missouri Department of Economic Development
Division of Business and Community Services
Development Finance Team
301 West High Street, Room 770
P.O. Box 118
Phone: (573) 522-8004
Fax: (573) 522-9462