South Carolina Historic Tax Credit Programs annual report Fiscal Year 2021-2022

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South Carolina State Historic Preservation Office
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2023-01-10
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South Carolina Historic Tax Credit Program , Tax credits--South Carolina , Architecture--Conservation and restoration--South Carolina--Fnance
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Historic preservation projects assisted by state and federal tax incentives provide a significant economic benefit to South Carolina and to the historic character of communities. The financial assistance offered by the tax credit programs is a key tool to assisting historic building rehabilitations in South Carolina. The South Carolina Department of Archives and History State Historic Preservation Office is responsible for reviewing tax credit applications for income-producing projects seeking the 20% Federal Historic Tax Credit and/or the 10% (optional 25%) State Historic Tax Credit, and applica-tions for residential projects seeking the 25% State Historic Owner-Occupied Tax Credit (Homeowner). Each tax credit program includes a 3-part application process.
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South Carolina State Library
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Records, documents, and information made available by the agencies of the South Carolina state government or its subdivisions are the property of the people of the state of South Carolina. Therefore, according to U.S. copyright law, the South Carolina State Library considers these items to be in the public domain (see Title 17, U.S.C.).
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