Kansas: Central To Your Success
A variety of public and private programs are in place to provide financing alternatives to growing and relocating companies.
We offer competitive industrial and commercial financing programs, tax incentives and assistance plans with an eye toward long-term, low down-payment packages.
Best of all, we will customize a financing package to meet your individual needs.
The Small Cities Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program allows the Department of Commerce to distribute federal funds to Kansas cities and counties looking to improve their community.
A Community Improvement District (CID) is a real estate economic development tool that can be used to finance public or private facilities, improvements and services within a local city or county.
Industrial Revenue Bonds (IRBs) are among the most popular and cost-effective methods of financing up to 100 percent of a new or growing business’ land, buildings and equipment.
The purpose of the Kansas Angel Investor Tax Credit Act is to facilitate the availability of equity investment in businesses in the early stages of commercial development and to assist in the creation and expansion of Kansas businesses.
The Kansas Bioscience Authority (KBA) was created by the Kansas Economic Growth Act of 2004 to accelerate growth in the bioscience sector.
NetWork Kansas is devoted to the growth of entrepreneurship and small businesses throughout the state.
Under current federal tax law, specific projects eligible for tax-exempt financing include manufacturing facilities.
Promoting Employment Across Kansas (PEAK) allows qualified, for-profit companies creating net new jobs to retain or receive quarterly refunds.
USDA Rural Development (RD) provides loans to businesses with the B&I Program.
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) 504 Loan Program provides long-term, subordinated, fixed-rate financing for fixed assets, including machinery and equipment with a life of 10 or more years or real estate loans with a maturity of 20 years.
The U.S. Small Business Administration 7(a) Loan Guarantee Program is the primary SBA mechanism for financing user-owned or user-operated business expansions.
Sales Tax and Revenue (STAR) Bonds are a special kind of TIF was created by the Kansas Legislature.
Tax Increment Financing (TIF) is a real estate redevelopment tool applicable to industrial, commercial, intermodal transportation area and residential projects.
There are several regional networks of venture capital and angel investors dedicated to identifying and funding promising start-up business opportunities in Kansas.
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