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The Neighborhood Assistance Program (NAP) offers $2.5 million in tax credits annually for distribution by not-for-profit corporations. Organizations use NAP tax credits as an incentive to help them leverage more contributions from individuals and businesses for certain neighborhood-based programs and projects. Eligible projects include affordable housing, counseling, child-care, educational assistance, emergency assistance, job training, medical care, recreational facilities, downtown rehabilitation, and neighborhood commercial revitalization. All projects must benefit economically disadvantaged areas and/or persons. The NAP program follows the state fiscal year from July 1 to June 30. The maximum tax credit award per organization per fiscal year is $40,000.00. Tax credits are distributed to donors at 50% of the contribution amount and are subtracted from a donor's state income tax liability. Indiana Code 6-3.1-9 established the NAP program.Want to learn more about the tax credits for your non-profit? Please contact the Community Programs Analyst at (317) 232-7777 or via email at NAP@ihcda.in.gov to learn about IHCDA's NAP Program and process.
Notice: IHCDA has granted a one week extension to the 2015-16 NAP End of Year Donor Report. NAP recipients must complete this 100% Benchmark report by 5PM on Wednesday April 13th. The End of Year report is to be completed at www.ihcdaonline.com under 2nd Half Reporting. Agencies who have not sold 100% of their credits, or do not complete the report, will not be considered eligible for the 2016-2017 NAP funding cycle. For any reporting questions, please contact Brian Carman at firstname.lastname@example.org or (317) 234-5825.
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NOTICE: The Mid-Year Donor Contribution and Benchmark Report is due on December 4th 2015. The information obtained in this report will determine which agencies have met the benchmark of selling 60% of their NAP credits by the November 30th deadline. Any agency who has not sold at least 60% of their credits will have their remaining credits de-allocated. These credits will then be redistributed to agencies that have sold 100% of their credits and requested re-allocation in the application period.
This report will also be used to send contributor information to the Indiana Department of Revenue so that donors can claim their 2015 credits. Please be sure that all information is entered correctly; any inaccuracies in regards to personal information and tax credit amounts can result in a denial of an individual’s tax return.
NAP recipients can access this report through their designated login at www.IHCDAonline.com. The reporting period to be used is July 1, 2015-November 30, 2015. Please contact Brian Carman at email@example.com with any questions.
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