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INCENTIVES ARE GOOD FOR NEBRASKA

A GROWING NEBRASKA IS GOOD FOR ALL

Growth is good for Nebraska, leading to increased opportunity and creating a ripple effect that benefits individuals and communities across all industries. The ImagiNE Nebraska Act creates an incentive package that’s simpler to use, incentivizes high-wage jobs, and creates more reporting transparency. It’s an important economic development tool that delivers positive ROI and helps Nebraska remain competitive and attractive for business growth and investment.

The Nebraska Economic Development Association speaks from experience on LB 720

The state’s organization for economic developers weighs in on ImagiNE Nebraska:  “LB 720 will make Nebraska more competitive and our practitioners more successful. NEDA members have been actively engaged in modernizing the state’s mainline economic incentive program.”

"We really are looking at building an incentive program that is responsible to our whole state."

The Greater Omaha Chamber chair says it “is critical” that LB 720 passes in 2020. Hear why, and how the bill has been crafted to support economic development across all of Nebraska. 

State Sen. Groene's support could be game-changer

State Sen. Mike Groene of North Platte said he’s supporting the ImagiNE Act because of a new amendment that provides tax incentives for small manufacturers who locate or expand in counties outside of Douglas, Lancaster and Sarpy Counties.

OWH: Legislature should approve new business incentive proposal

The Omaha World Herald believes that “The Legislature can strengthen Nebraska’s competitiveness for the long term, with benefits throughout the state, by approving this much-needed new incentives policy.”

LJS: Tax impasse shouldn't stop incentive bill

The Lincoln Journal Star sees state-wide benefit of the LB 720 incentive plan. 

Case Studies

SEE HOW INCENTIVES IMPACT COMMUNITIES

Large Manufacturing

NEW TO MARKET

TECHNOLOGY CENTER OF EXCELLENCE

NEW TO MARKET

HQ/back office

EXISTING EXPANSION

Local Manufacturing

START-UP

These four case studies help illustrate the impact of an economic environment that promotes business advancement. These case studies use the IMPLAN model to estimate the economic impact of various hypothetical capital investments, each of which is based on a real-world example that took place in Nebraska. Please visit IMPLAN.com for more information on how IMPLAN calculations work.

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