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Investing in Your Main Street: Webinar Resource Roundup

Written By: NTCIC

Thanks again to everyone who participated in our “Investing in Your Main Street” webinar series! We hope it was helpful and informative as you consider or engage in meaningful preservation efforts in your area. Please find the full collection of links and resources to the series below!

 

As always, if you are considering a historic preservation project in your Main Street community and are looking for support, guidance, or funding – reach out to us!

Investing In Your Main Street Webinar 1

Tools of the Trade: Tax Credits 101

For our first webinar in the three-part series, we wanted to provide an introduction to the world of tax credits. What are they? How do they work? What types of credits are available? What kinds of projects are eligible for these incentives? All these questions and more are covered! If you didn't get a chance to participate, we've recorded the session and provided copies of the full presentation for you to review! | Read More

Investing In Your Main Street Webinar 2

How to Use Tax Credits in Your Main Street

In the second part of the webinar series, we took a deep dive into how the New Markets Tax Credit can be used to support local redevelopment and historic preservation efforts in Main Street Communities across the country. We discussed how tax credits can be used together, challenges you may encounter and how to overcome them, and how the Irvin Henderson Main Street Revitalization Fund can help! | Read More

Investing In Your Main Street Webinar 3

Mission Success: The Owosso Armory

To close out the series, we spoke with Jeff Deason, the organizer of the first revitalization project to utilize NTCIC’s Main Street Revitalization Fund. We were also joined by Josh Adams, Executive Director for Owosso Main Street, who originally connected the project with the NTCIC program. Together, they discussed the importance of tapping into your local community for support and opportunities. | Read More