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2017 Alabama Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit

2017 ALABAMA HISTORIC REHABILITATION TAX CREDIT

Section 40-9F-30 through Section 40-9F-38, Code of Alabama 1975

 

 

Additional
Resources

 

Act 2017-380

ADOR Rules – Historic Tax Credit of 2017

Transfer Statement Form

 

Alabama Historic Commission
Taylor Stewart
Alabama Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit Program
Phone: 334-230-2643
taylor.stewart@ahc.alabama.gov

 

QUESTIONS?


Preeti Gratz
Kelly Graham


334-242-1175

The 2017 Alabama Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit provides for a refundable income tax credit against the tax liability of the taxpayer for the rehabilitation, preservation, and development of historic structures. The program provides $20 million in tax credits each calendar year from 2018-2022. The credit is equal to 25% of the qualified rehabilitation expenditures for certified historic structures, not to exceed $50,000 for certified historic residential structures and $5 million for all other certified structures.

The Alabama Historic Commission is the administering agency for this program. The Historic Commission’s Evaluation Committee reviews all the applications and is responsible for ranking the credit allocations each year. Please contact the Alabama Historic Commission for more details.

Once the completed project has been approved by the Alabama Historical Commission and a certificate has been issued, the tax credit must be pre-certified with the Alabama Department of Revenue (ADOR) by submitting a credit claim via My Alabama Taxes (MAT). Please see the bottom of this page for further details on MAT.

Provisions of the credit include:
  • The credit is a refundable income tax credit. The entire credit must be claimed by the taxpayer in the taxable year in which the certified rehabilitation is placed in service. The credit cannot be carried forward.
  • The credit is transferable. Please see below for more information about transferability.
  • Any tax credits granted or transferred to a pass-through entity must be claimed at the entity level.
  • In order to claim the credit, any nonprofit entity awarded the tax credit must file an Alabama income tax return for the tax year the project is placed in service.
  • Tax credits granted or transferred to a single member liability company or a Q-sub that is disregarded for federal income tax purposes shall be claimed by the owner of the disregarded entity.
Transferability of the 2017 Alabama Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit:
  • The owner of a qualified project may transfer all or part of their credit. Once a credit is transferred, only the transferee may utilize the credit, and the credit cannot be transferred again.
  • All credit transfers must be approved by ADOR.
  • To transfer the credit, the project owner must submit the following to ADOR:
    • Transfer statement (Form HRC-TS2)
    • Copy of the tax credit certificate issued by the Alabama Historic Commission
    • Executed transfer agreement
    • $1,000 fee per transferee
  • The project owner must submit the transfer documents during the pre-certification process through My Alabama Taxes (MAT). Please click the link below for further details.

 

To utilize the credit on the income tax return, a credit claim request must be made via My Alabama Taxes (MAT). Please click here for further details.