MidAmerica is uniquely positioned to incentivize new business from every angle: Because our incentives are added to both state and federal incentives, our packages are the most comprehensive in the nation. Whether catalysts for growth or assistance at startup, MidAmerica incentives help your operation reach higher profitability and faster ROI.
MidAmerica Quick Action Incentives Fund: MidAmerica’s strong capital position allows us, at the discretion of our Trustees, to provide financing for qualified projects.
American Indian Lands tax credit: Because of MidAmerica’s Oklahoma location, qualified industries enjoy jobs tax credits and accelerated depreciation schedules. For information, click here.
Oklahoma Incentive Packages: One of the reasons Oklahoma earned the #10 spot on Top States for Doing Business in 2012, according to Area Developers Online, is the state’s excellent incentives options. Choose from two superb incentive packages:
Oklahoma Quality Investment Act Incentive: Qualifying companies enjoy rebates for up to 10% of capital costs incurred for major retooling and modernization projects. For details, click here.
Other exemptions and credits: These include Oklahoma sales tax exemptions for qualified manufacturers; Freeport property/inventory exemptions on certain goods coming into Oklahoma and leaving within 9 months; and income tax credits and exclusions for qualifying companies. More.
Free customized workforce training: Take advantage of Oklahoma’s nationally recognized "Training for Industry Program" which provides quality training for businesses locating to Oklahoma. Choose from a range of top-ranked programs ready to be customized to your company’s needs; training is provided on-site at MidAmerica. For details, click here.
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