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It’s no wonder Idaho is such an attractive place for doing business. Our operating costs are low, our tax structure is predictable and our companies benefit from a variety of tax incentives, property tax exemptions and workforce training grants.

See what we have available below or by utilizing our grants and incentive one-pager.

Idaho Tax Reimbursement Incentive

The Tax Reimbursement Incentive (TRI) is a performance-based incentive featuring a tax credit of up to 30% for up to 15 years on new state tax revenues generated by companies seeking to expand in or relocate to Idaho by adding new, qualifying jobs.

Data Center Sales Tax Exemption

New data centers choosing to locate in Idaho will be eligible for sales tax exemption on server equipment as well as construction materials used in the construction of the data center facility.

Idaho College Savings Program Employer Tax Credit

Employers are eligible to receive a 20% tax credit for contributions made to an employee’s IDeal college savings account. The tax credit is capped at $500 per employee, per taxable year.

Idaho Opportunity Fund

Funds can be used for public infrastructure improvements to a new or existing facility. The fund is awarded at the discretion of the Director of Idaho Commerce.

Idaho Semiconductors for America Act

The Idaho Semiconductors for America Act provides qualifying Idaho semiconductor companies with a sales and use tax exemption on the purchase of qualifying construction and building materials.

3% Investment Tax Credit

An investment tax credit on all new depreciable, tangible, personal property (machinery and equipment) used in Idaho.

If your business invests at least $500,000 in new facilities and creates at least 10 jobs paying at least $40,000 a year with benefits, you may qualify for a wide package of incentives, including tax credits, sales tax rebates, and property tax exemptions.

Property Tax Exemption

Depending on the county, businesses investing at least $500,000 in new or existing non-retail, commercial or industrial facilities, may qualify for a full or partial property tax exemption for up to five years.

Additional Resources

For more details on these and other incentives, download our incentives one-sheet or incentive manual. Use the form below to contact us for a personalized and confidential review of how Idaho’s incentive programs can benefit your business.

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