What is the Investment Fund Credit?

If you're an investor whose cash contribution to an investment fund has been certified by the Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority (KEDFA), you're entitled to a nonrefundable credit against your Kentucky income tax equal to 40 percent of the cash contribution.

For investments before July 1, 2002, the amount of credit that may be claimed in any given year is limited to 25 percent of the total amount certified by the Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority (KEDFA). For investments after June 30, 2002, the credit is claimed on the tax return filed for the tax year following the year in which the credit is granted and is limited in any tax year to 50 percent of the initial aggregate credit apportioned to the investor.

Attach a copy of the certification by KEDFA in the first year claimed. Any excess credit may be carried forward. No credit may extend beyond 15 years of the initial certification.

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