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Innovation Education Program Tax Credit

Tax Credits Becoming An Approaching To Reducing Carbon

Carbon is making money for some and saving some for others. Farmers are getting paid for sequestering carbon for buyers who want tax credits to offset their carbon pollution practices. Jerry Stephens of the Agoro Carbon Alliance explained recently on Voices of Montana.

Montana Education Tax Credit Maxes Out In 5 Minutes

One of the most controversial new tax credits to come out of last year’s state Legislature was for education donation and it is already seeing results. Northern News Network’s Eric Young reports.

School Donors Eligible For New Tax Credits Next Year

Beginning January 3rd donors who support innovative education in public schools or private school scholarships can get dollar-for-dollar tax credits before a statewide $1 million cap is reached. Any Montana taxpayer estate or business may donate up to $200,000 for the Innovative Education Program tax credit or Student Scholarship Organization ...