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Iowa Capital Access Program (ICAP)

The Iowa Capital Access Program (ICAP) assists Iowa businesses secure the financing they need to launch, retain, or expand business operations in Iowa. ICAP encourages banks and other eligible financial institutions to consider small business loans that fall outside of conventional underwriting criteria by providing loan portfolio insurance to reduce


Category: Iowa State Incentives, Grants & Loans


Iowa Innovation Acceleration Fund

The Iowa Innovation Acceleration Fund promotes the formation and growth of businesses that engage in the transfer of technology into competitive, profitable companies that create high paying jobs. The funds are designed to support commercializing research, launching new start-ups and accelerating private investment and industrial expansion efforts that result in


Category: Iowa State Incentives, Grants & Loans


Iowa Small Business (ISB) Loan Support Program

The Iowa Small Business (ISB) Loan Support Program aids Iowa entrepreneurs and small businesses in their efforts to access capital for business purposes including start up costs, working capital, business procurement, franchise fees, equipment, inventory, as well as the renovation or tenant improvements of an eligible place of business that


Category: Iowa State Incentives, Grants & Loans


Local Property Tax Abatement & Exemption

Iowa law allows cities and counties to abate local property taxes for improving industrial real estate. The most common amount of actual value added at a new or expanded facility, which is eligible to exempt from taxation, is as follows: Year One: 75% — Year Two: 60% — Year Three: 45%


Category: Iowa State Incentives, Tax Incentives


Mahaska County Revolving Loan Fund

These loan funds that will be made available come from repayments of loan(s) issued by Mahaska County from funds received by the County through the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Economic Development Set-Aside program. Because of program requirements from the CDBG Set-Aside program the primary focus will be on assisting industries that desire to locate, expand or diversify their business into Mahaska County. Priority on award of these funds shall be given to applicants that will provide 51% or more of the jobs created/retained as a result of loans under this program to persons of low and moderate income (defined as 80% of the median income for Mahaska County).

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Category: Mahaska Financial Programs


New Jobs Tax Credit

The Iowa New Jobs Tax Credit is an Iowa corporate income tax credit and is available to a company that has entered into a New Jobs Training Agreement (260E) and expands their Iowa employment base by 10% or more. The amount of this one-time tax credit will depend upon the wages


Category: Iowa State Incentives, Tax Incentives


New Sharon Recreation and Economic Development Foundation (NSREDF)

New Sharon, a town located in Mahaska County, has a program developed to help projects that will be located in New Sharon.

The New Sharon Recreation & Economic Development Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the community of New Sharon through the use of the one-cent sales tax to fund projects and programs designed to benefit the community and develop leadership.

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Category: Mahaska Financial Programs


Pollution Control or Recycling Property Tax Exemption

Improvements to real property that are primarily used to control pollution of air or water, or primarily used for recycling, may qualify for a property tax exemption.  


Category: Iowa State Incentives, Tax Incentives


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