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What Can You Do with Occupation Data in IMPLAN?

Posted by Joe Demski on August 31, 2020

The most granular employment insight IMPLAN has ever assembled and organized by occupation and core competency is now available for purchase inside the IMPLAN application. Our occupation data shows estimates of employment, wages, hours, and core competencies for 823 different occupations. What you find in the data and how can it be leveraged in your own studies can be a game-changer.

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Topics: Data, Economics, New Market Tax Credit, Methodology, Impact, Economic Development

What You Need to Know to Future-Proof Your Opportunity-Zone-Based Economic Impact Analyses

Posted by Tim French on May 24, 2019

Regulatory standards, depending on your reading of the latest IRS Tranches and guidance, have either changed or come into clearer focus when it comes to what the CDFI Fund identifies as a "successful" Opportunity Zone (OZ) project. Regardless of your reading of IRS's latest missives, there are a few tactics worth highlighting that will ensure that the economic impact analyses describing the significance of your projects and the potential economic significance of your program (or portfolios) will stand ready for review when the time comes to evaluate their contribution to the economic well-being of your service area.

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Topics: Data, Economics, Funding, Contribution Analysis, New Market Tax Credit, Methodology, "Taxes", Opportunity Zones

A Look at Procuring New Markets Tax Credit Funding, Pt. 2

Posted by Sarah K. M. Gross on May 4, 2018

Two weeks ago, I published a post about the New Markets Tax Credits (NMTC) Program in the spirit of this year’s tax season coming to a close. Continuing on the topic, I sat down with our Marketing Design Director, and author of our newest Case Study “Of Curds & Whey”, Tim French, to pick his brain a little on the company he chose to interview and highlight as an exemplar of NMTC allocations done right.  

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Topics: Funding, New Market Tax Credit

A Look at Procuring New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) Funding

Posted by Sarah K. M. Gross on April 20, 2018

In the spirit of Tax Season ending this week, and the new tax year ahead, let’s revisit the topic of the New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) Program. Across the country, low income communities lack much needed investment, funding, and care as is apparent by the state of disrepair many of them have fallen into. Enter the New Markets Tax Credit Program. As stated by the Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI Fund’s) website, “the New Markets Tax Credit Program (NMTC Program) aims to break [the] cycle of disinvestment” in low income communities “by attracting the private investment necessary to reinvigorate struggling local economies”. The NMTC Program is jointly administered by the CDFI Fund and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). While many communities and initiatives attempt to secure this elusive funding, only few are granted it due to the rigorous process that must be undergone to qualify.

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Topics: Data, Funding, New Market Tax Credit


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