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FOR USE OF THE DESIGNATING BODY
We find that the applicant meets the general standards in the resolution adopted or to be adopted by this body. Said resolution, passed or to be passed
under IC 6-1.1-12.1, provides for the following limitations:
A. The designated area has been limited to a period of time not to exceed ____________ calendar years* (see below). The date this designation
expires is _______________________________.
B. The type of deduction that is allowed in the designated area is limited to:
1. Redevelopment or rehabilitation of real estate improvements
Yes
No
2. Residentially distressed areas
Yes
No
C. The amount of the deduction applicable is limited to $ __________________.
D. Other limitations or conditions (specify)__________________________________________________________________________
E. Number of years allowed:
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
Year 5 (* see below)
Year 6
Year 7
Year 8
Year 9
Year 10
F. For a statement of benefits approved after June 30, 2013, did this designating body adopt an abatement schedule per IC 6-1.1-12.1-17?
Yes
No
If yes, attach a copy of the abatement schedule to this form.
If no, the designating body is required to establish an abatement schedule before the deduction can be determined.
We have also reviewed the information contained in the statement of benefits and find that the estimates and expectations are reasonable and have
determined that the totality of benefits is sufficient to justify the deduction described above.
Approved (signature and title of authorized member of designating body)
Telephone number
Date signed (month, day, year)
(
)
Printed name of authorized member of designating body
Name of designating body
Attested by (signature and title of attester)
Printed name of attester
* If the designating body limits the time period during which an area is an economic revitalization area, that limitation does not limit the length of time a
taxpayer is entitled to receive a deduction to a number of years that is less than the number of years designated under IC 6-1.1-12.1-17.
A. For residentially distressed areas where the Form SB-1/Real Property was approved prior to July 1, 2013, the deductions established in IC
6-1.1-12.1-4.1 remain in effect. The deduction period may not exceed five (5) years. For a Form SB-1/Real Property that is approved after June 30,
2013, the designating body is required to establish an abatement schedule for each deduction allowed. The deduction period may not exceed ten
(10) years. (See IC 6-1.1-12.1-17 below.)
B. For the redevelopment or rehabilitation of real property where the Form SB-1/Real Property was approved prior to July 1, 2013, the abatement
schedule approved by the designating body remains in effect. For a Form SB-1/Real Property that is approved after June 30, 2013, the designating
body is required to establish an abatement schedule for each deduction allowed. (See IC 6-1.1-12.1-17 below.)
IC 6-1.1-12.1-17
Abatement schedules
Sec. 17. (a) A designating body may provide to a business that is established in or relocated to a revitalization area and that receives a deduction under
section 4 or 4.5 of this chapter an abatement schedule based on the following factors:
(1) The total amount of the taxpayer's investment in real and personal property.
(2) The number of new full-time equivalent jobs created.
(3) The average wage of the new employees compared to the state minimum wage.
(4) The infrastructure requirements for the taxpayer's investment.
(b) This subsection applies to a statement of benefits approved after June 30, 2013. A designating body shall establish an abatement schedule
for each deduction allowed under this chapter. An abatement schedule must specify the percentage amount of the deduction for each year of
the deduction. An abatement schedule may not exceed ten (10) years.
(c) An abatement schedule approved for a particular taxpayer before July 1, 2013, remains in effect until the abatement schedule expires under
the terms of the resolution approving the taxpayer's statement of benefits.
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