What is the Historic Property Preservation Credit?

Colorado offers an income tax credit to Colorado residents and C Corporations for the preservation and rehabilitation of a qualified historic property. The structure must be at least 50 years old and one of the following must be true:
  • The structure is designated individually or as a contributing property in the State Register of Historic Places.
  • The structure is designated as a landmark by a certified local government.
  • The structure is designated as a contributing property in a designated historic district of a certified local government.
If the property on which you want to claim this credit has none of these designations, you must apply for and secure such a designation.

See Colorado Income Tax FYI Publication Income 1 for details on this credit.

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