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Leveraging Tax Incentives: A Complimentary Webinar

April 13, 2021 > Posted in Events, News & Events

Overview:

Learn how the newly permanent 179D commercial building improvements incentives, new or improved business activities (aka “R&D” credit) and the Georgia Job Tax Credit can help you generate cash for your business. Leave nothing on the table! Now is the time to ensure you are taking advantage of every possible source of income.

Corporate Tax Advisors will address:

  1. The newly enhanced benefits of the federal tax incentive 179D ‐ commercial building improvement by the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 such as hotels, office buildings, retail facilities and industrial buildings.
  2. How new or improved business activities qualify as R&D per congress and how to monetize the tax credits.
  3. Georgia House Bill 846 can create job tax credits even if you downsized in 2020 due to the pandemic, and how to monetize these tax credits even if you little to no income tax.

This webinar is complimentary and registration is required: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4275980243399086095

Types of industries that benefit from this webinar?

Manufacturing, Wholesale, Distribution, Logistics, Telecom, Hoteliers, Software, Game Developers, FinTech, Professional Services (Architecture, Engineering, Construction, Electrical Engineers, Plumbing, HVAC, Accounting and Others) and Retail.

Who should attend?

This live webinar is designed for property owners, stake‐holders, business owners, CEOs, CIOs, CFOs, Corporate Controller, VP Finance, Tax Manager, CPAs, Developers and Engineers.


ADEDC hosts groundbreaking on East Albany development

February 26, 2021 > Posted in Community, Events, News, News & Events

Albany, Ga. – The Albany-Dougherty Economic Development Commission today held a groundbreaking ceremony for One Leaf Community Store, a mixed-use, community-focused retail development serving East Albany. 

The development –which will encompass a total of eight businesses including a gas station, barber shop, post office, clothing store, ice cream shop, café, restaurant and beverage store – was designed with the community’s needs in mind. 

“We’re excited about this project because it will serve to meet many needs of the surrounding area and the community as a whole,” said Jaymin Patel, Developer of One Leaf. “We choose to refer to this development specifically as a ‘community store,’ because that’s the goal, is to serve the community.”

The One Leaf Community Store is located at 1629 Clark Avenue, with close proximity to Highways 19 and 82, and will be easily accessible by East Albany residents. 

“The vision for this community store is to be a one-stop-shop for the East Albany Community, allowing this single location to meet a variety of needs, within driving, or even walking distance,” said ADEDC President and CEO Jana Dyke. “This signifies great momentum for our community in terms of retail development and service delivery, while also serving as yet another asset in one of our most essential transportation corridors”

One Leaf Community Store is projected to open by late 2021.

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About the Albany-Dougherty Economic Development Commission   

The Albany-Dougherty Economic Development Commission is a public-private partnership whose mission is to foster new investment and job creation through the recruitment, retention and expansion of industry for Albany-Dougherty County. To learn more, visit www.choosealbany.com.


Public Notice – ADEDC Board Meeting 12/16/2020

December 14, 2020 > Posted in Events, News & Events

THE ALBANY-DOUGHERTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION WILL HOLD A “ZOOM” BOARD MEETING

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 2020 1:00 P.M.

BOARDROOM / VIA TELECONFERENCE

ALBANY-DOUGHERTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION

125 PINE AVENUE, SUITE 200 ALBANY, GEORGIA 31701

THIS IS A PUBLIC MEETING


Community Listening Session on Workforce Development in Albany-Dougherty County

September 6, 2019 > Posted in Events, News & Events


Water Works in Albany – An Update on Water Utility Systems

September 6, 2019 > Posted in Events, News & Events

Albany Mayor Dorothy Hubbard and her Coalition for Economic Development will host a public forum on Tuesday, September 17 providing information on the newly contracted water infrastructure management company Constantine.