Wisconsin

School Property Tax Credit for Renters and Homeowners

State: 

Year: 

Record ID: 
WI103_RR22
Variations in Receipt of Benefit : 
No Variation in Receipt of Benefits
Benefit Type: 
Credit
Benefit: 
The maximum for this non-refundable, state income tax credit is 12% of the first $2,500 of property taxes or rent paid, or $300. For married persons filing separately, the credit is 12% of the first $1,250, or $150. Claimants apply for the credit through their Wisconsin state income tax forms.
How is Benefit Disbursed: 
Credit to the income tax bill
Eligible Property Type: 
Residential
Characteristics of Eligible Property: 
Only the primary residence of a Wisconsin resident who files a state income tax return is eligible.
Eligibility Criteria: 
Homeowner
Principal Residence
Renter
Other Criteria
Description of Eligibility Criteria: 
Since this is a non-refundable credit, the taxpayer has to file state income tax returns and must have a state tax liability. Eligible applicants must own or rent a home in the state.
Local Option Regarding Program Features: 
No local option regarding program features
State Funding for Local Tax Loss: 
State reimburses all of the local government tax loss
Local Option in Adoption of Program : 
Local government is unable to exercise an option
Source State Statutes: 
Wis. Stat. § 71.07(9) (in effect for 2022)
Source Web Page: 
Wisconsin, Department of Revenue, Property Tax Relief Credits
[https://www.revenue.wi.gov/Pages/faqs/slf-ptrecred.aspx Accessed 09/08/2023]
View Archived Source
Source Publication: 
Wisconsin, Department of Revenue, Wisconsin Income Tax 2021 Form 1 (Line 12) (2021 income for filing in 2022) Income Tax
[https://www.revenue.wi.gov/TaxForms2021/2021-Form1f.pdf Accessed 09/08/2023]
View Archived Source

Wisconsin, Department of Revenue, Wisconsin Income Tax 2021 Form 1 Instructions
[https://www.revenue.wi.gov/TaxForms2021/2021-Form1-Inst.pdf Accessed 09/08/2023]
View Archived Source
Footnote: 
For renters, property taxes are considered 20% of rent if heat is included and 25% if heat is not included.

Revision Type: 

Revision Notes: 

12/4/23 KH verified
9/8/23 JS complete
11/16/22 AMN verified
4/30/22 VO complete
11/5/21 WP verified
8/25/20 CC crated 2020 record
4/2/19 GM: verified
11/27/18 cc added 2018 forms
5/7/2018 MP updated 18 and added publication
5/7/2018 MP updated - no legislative changes
10/9/17 JG updated - no leg changes
5/4/17 EM created 16 record
5/6/16 MM verified - no new leg
6/5/15 MM created 14 record - no changes
12/19/14 mj verified
11/11/13 no new leg
10/28/13 reworded benefit description, checked principal residence
4/22/2011 CC program found and verified
12/7/11 cc verified

School Levy Tax Credit

State: 

Year: 

Record ID: 
WI106_RR22
Variations in Receipt of Benefit : 
Other Variation in Receipt of Benefits
Benefit Type: 
Credit
Benefit: 
Municipalities receive the proportion of the total annual funding allocated for this program that is equal to their share of total state school levies for the previous three years. Funding in 2022 is $940,000,000. Taxpayers then receive credits that are equal to their proportion of the municipality's total assessed value. Applications are not required to receive the credit. This credit amount is listed on the property tax bill below the "Net Assessed Value Rate" box.
How is Benefit Disbursed: 
Credit to the property tax bill
Eligible Property Type: 
Non Residential
Residential
Characteristics of Eligible Property: 
Both residential and nonresidential properties are eligible.
Eligibility Criteria: 
No Criteria
Description of Eligibility Criteria: 
All taxable real property in the state of Wisconsin qualifies for this credit.
Local Option Regarding Program Features: 
No local option regarding program features
Description of Local Option Regarding Adoption or Program Features : 
A municipality with school levy, first dollar, and lottery and gaming credits greater than $3,000,000 may have the funds distributed directly to the municipality if an ordinance is enacted. Otherwise, the funds are first distributed to the county and then to the municipality.
State Funding for Local Tax Loss: 
State reimburses all of the local government tax loss
Description of State Funding for Tax Loss: 
The school levy tax credit is distributed by the Wisconsin Department of Revenue (DOR) to individual municipalities. Payments are made directly to the counties and they disperse the funds to the municipalities, unless that municipality has over $3,000,000 in total credits. In such cases, funding will be made directly to the municipality if an ordinance is enacted.
Local Option in Adoption of Program : 
Local government is unable to exercise an option
Source State Statutes: 
Wis. Stat. § 79.10;
Wis. Stat. § 79.14 (in effect for 2022)
Source Web Page: 
Wisconsin, Department of Revenue, School Levy Tax Credit Frequently Asked Questions
[https://www.revenue.wi.gov/Pages/FAQS/slf-slevytcr.aspx Accessed 09/08/2023]
View Archived Source
Source Publication: 
Wisconsin, Legislative Fiscal Bureau, State Property Tax Credits, Informational Paper 21 (January 2019)
[https://docs.legis.wisconsin.gov/misc/lfb/informational_papers/january_2019/0021_state_property_tax_credits_informational_paper_21.pdf Accessed 09/08/2023]
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Wisconsin, Department of Revenue, Division of Research and Policy, State School Levies Credit (November 2021)
[https://www.revenue.wi.gov/DORReports/School_Levy_Paper_2021.pdf Accessed 09/08/2023]
View Archived Source
Footnote: 
The school levy credit formula includes levies for elementary and secondary school districts and for county children with disabilities education boards. Levies for technical college districts are not included.
Data Collection Notes: 
Effective 06 July 2023: Funding for TY2024 is increased from $940,000,000 to $1,195,000,000 and funding for TY2025 is increased to $1,275,000,000. This change is pursuant to 2023 Wis. Sess. Laws no. 19 § 367 (SB70).

Revision Type: 

Revision Notes: 

12/4/23 KH verified
9/8/23 JS complete
11/17/22 AMN verified
5/6/22 VO complete
2/23/21 cc verified; expanded the local option
1/13/21 AJG created
12/21/20 LA verified
8/25/2020 cc new doc
4/2/19 GM: verified, moved fn into document and removed reference to 2017 legislation
11/27/18 cc ok
10/18/18 SAH updated Benefit section with further information regarding program and Description of State Funding for Local Tax Loss
5/2/18 MP updated 17 record
10/11/2017 JG updated source publication - no leg changes
5/4/17 EM created 16 record
5/31/16 MM verified
6/8/15 MM created 14 record, updated enrollment data, source pub
12/19/14 mj verified
11/11/13 no new leg
10/28/13 no new leg
3/5/12 DM complete 11

Disabled Veteran and Surviving Spouse Property Tax Credit

State: 

Year: 

Record ID: 
WI107_RR22
Variations in Receipt of Benefit : 
No Variation in Receipt of Benefits
Benefit Type: 
Credit
Benefit: 
The property tax credit is a refundable credit on the individual's income tax equal to the amount of property taxes paid during the year on an eligible veteran's or surviving spouse's principal dwelling. There is no limit on the amount that may be claimed. Applicants file for the credit annually as part of the Wisconsin State Income Tax Return.
How is Benefit Disbursed: 
Credit to the income tax bill
Eligible Property Type: 
Residential
Characteristics of Eligible Property: 
Property must be principal residence and includes the land surrounding it, not to exceed one acre.
Eligibility Criteria: 
Disability
Homeowner
Principal Residence
Veteran
Surviving Spouse
Description of Eligibility Criteria: 
Eligible veterans have a 100% service-connected disability, served honorably on active duty, been a resident of Wisconsin prior to active duty or for any consecutive 5-year period after entry, and are currently residents of Wisconsin. Eligible surviving spouses must be unremarried spouses of individuals who served on active duty and, at the time of entry into active service or for any consecutive 5-year period afterwards, lived in Wisconsin. In addition, the deceased spouse must have died in the line of duty or had a 100% disability rating at the time of death.
Local Option Regarding Program Features: 
No local option regarding program features
State Funding for Local Tax Loss: 
State reimburses all of the local government tax loss
Description of State Funding for Tax Loss: 
The credit is a credit on the income tax.
Local Option in Adoption of Program : 
Local government is unable to exercise an option
Source State Statutes: 
Wis. Stat. § 71.07(6e) (in effect for 2022)
Source Constitution: 
Wis. Const. Art. VIII, § 1
Source Web Page: 
Wisconsin, Department of Veterans Affairs, Financial Tax Benefits for Veterans (Disabled Veterans and Surviving Spouses Property Tax Credit)
[http://dva.state.wi.us/Pages/benefitsClaims/Financial-Tax-Benefits.aspx Accessed 09/08/2023]
View Archived Source
Source Publication: 
Wisconsin, Department of Revenue, Wisconsin Income Tax 2021 Form 1 (Line 30) (2021 income for filing in 2022) Income Tax
[https://www.revenue.wi.gov/TaxForms2021/2021-Form1f.pdf Accessed 09/08/2023]
View Archived Source

Wisconsin, Department of Revenue, Wisconsin Income Tax 2021 Form 1 Instructions
[https://www.revenue.wi.gov/TaxForms2021/2021-Form1-Inst.pdf Accessed 09/08/2023]
View Archived Source

Wisconsin, Department of Veterans Affairs: Disabled Veterans and Unremarried Surviving Spouses Property Tax Credit, Information, Instructions, and Request Forms (2015)
[http://dva.state.wi.us/Documents/newsMediaDocuments/WDVA%20Toolkit/Brochures/WDVA_B0106_WI_Veterans_Property_Tax_Credit.pdf Accessed 09/08/2023]
View Archived Source

Wisconsin, Department of Revenue, Disabled Veterans and Unremarried Surviving Spouses Property Tax Credit - Qualifications (13 December 2022)
[https://www.revenue.wi.gov/Pages/FAQS/ise-vetqual.aspx Accessed 09/08/2023]
View Archived Source

Wisconsin, Department of Revenue, Disabled Veterans and Unremarried Surviving Spouses Property Tax Credit (22 December 2022)
[https://www.revenue.wi.gov/Pages/FAQS/ise-vetprop.aspx Accessed 09/08/2023]
View Archived Source

Wisconsin, Department of Revenue, Fact Sheet 1122 (31 March 2023)
[https://www.revenue.wi.gov/DOR%20Publications/1122vptc-ext.pdf Accessed 09/08/2023]
View Archived Source
Footnote: 
Eligible applicants for this benefit are not eligible for any other property tax credit.

Revision Type: 

Revision Notes: 

12/1/23 KH verified
9/8/23 JS complete
10/18/2022 AMN verified
5/6/22 VO complete
11/5/21 WP verified
1/13/21 AJG created
12/21/20 LA verified
12/7/20 LA complete
4/2/19 GM: verified
11/27/18 cc added faq; and 2018 tax forms ok to verify
5/7/18 MP updated 18 record
5/7/18 MP updated 17 record and added publications
10/11/17 updated - no leg changes
5/4/17 EM created 16 record
5/31/16 MM updated - no new leg
6/9/15 MM created 14 record

Forest Crop Law and Severance Tax

State: 

Year: 

Record ID: 
WI004_PA22
Eligible Land Uses: 
Forest Land/Timber Production
Method of Preferential Treatment : 
Other Method
Description of Method of Preferential Treatment: 
Landowners participating in the Forest Cropland program must make an annual payment to the Department of Natural Resources: The rate for those who entered after 1972 is $2.52 an acre until 2023. For lands enrolled before 1972, the rate is set at $0.10 an acre and does not change.
Is There a Penalty for Change of Use?: 
Yes
Description of Penalty: 
The tax for withdrawing the land from the program is the value of the land each year times the tax rate for that year, less any taxes paid plus interest. For land that was part of the program before 1978, the interest rate is 5% a year and for land entered in 1978 or later, the interest rate is 12% a year. When the contract expires and the land is not enrolled in the Managed Forest Law, a termination tax of 10% of the value of the standing timber is assessed. If a landowner cuts more wood than is prescribed by the Department of Natural Resources, they will be liable for a forfeiture equal to 20% of the value of timber cut and the other cancellation penalties.
State Funding for Local Tax Loss: 
State and local government share the local tax loss
Description of State Funding for Tax Loss : 
The state will pay the town $0.20 for each acre designated as forest croplands.
Eligibility Criteria: 
Plot/Land Size
Management Plan
Multi-Year Commitment
Other Eligibility Requirements
Plot/Land Size Criteria: 
The parcel must be a quarter section (about 40 acres), fractional lot, or government lot as determined by the U.S. government survey plat.
Location Criteria: 
None
Income Production Criteria: 
None
Prerequisite Designation or Certification Criteria: 
None
Management Plan Criteria: 
The landowner must practice forestry, notify the Department of Natural Resources of timber harvests, and permit public access to the land for hunting and recreation.
Prior Years' Land Use Criteria: 
None
Multi-Year Commitment Criteria: 
This program is closed to enrollment, however, there are still outstanding contracts. Lands enrolled in the program after 1972 may be enrolled for either 25 or 50 years. Prior to 1972, the period was 50 years.
Other Eligibility Requirements Criteria: 
All land enrolled in the Forest Crop program is open to the public for hunting and fishing.
Source State Statutes: 
Wis. Stat. §77.01 ~ §77.17 (in effect for 2022)
Source Publication: 
Wisconsin Department of Revenue, Forest Tax Laws (Oct. 2021)
[https://www.revenue.wi.gov/DORReports/specfrst2020.pdf Accessed 08/29/2023]
View Archived Source

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Forest Tax Law Handbook, p. 30-1 (April 2023)
[https://dnr.wisconsin.gov/sites/default/files/topic/ForestManagement/24505.pdf Accessed 01/22/2024]
View Archived Source
Footnote: 
The Forest Cropland program was closed to new applicants as of 1 January 1986.

Revision Type: 

Revision Notes: 

1/22/24 KH verified
8/29/23 VO complete
1/20/23 AL verified
5/13/22 WP complete
11/8/21 LA verified
8/30/21 WP completed
1/8/21 MT created 2020 record
12/21/20 AG verified
4/23/20 MT completed
1/15/20 MT created 2019 record
11/05/19 MT verified
10/17/19 MT completed
8/20/19 YP created 18 record
12/19/18 cc ok
9/20/18 GM: updated
12/11/17 MP verified
6/5/17 JG updated to include the removal of the severance tax and updated the value for people who remove excess of wood. Added new ftn 1 and moved old info to ftn 2
5/9/17 PR created
12/15/14 ND updated
12/19/12 cc verified
9/14/12 cc created and rolled back

Agricultural Forest and Undeveloped Land

State: 

Year: 

Record ID: 
WI001_PA22
Eligible Land Uses: 
Forest Land/Timber Production
Other Land Uses
Description of Other Land Uses: 
Undeveloped land (swamp, bog, marsh, etc.) is also eligible.
Method of Preferential Treatment : 
Full or Partial Exemption
Description of Method of Preferential Treatment: 
Undeveloped land and agricultural forest land is assessed at 50% of their full value based on the municipality's average assessment level.
Is There a Penalty for Change of Use?: 
No
Description of Penalty: 
None
Description of State Funding for Tax Loss : 
State statutes do not provide for state funding for local tax loss.
Eligibility Criteria: 
Location
Plot/Land Size Criteria: 
None
Location Criteria: 
The land must be contiguous to or on a parcel that has been classified in whole as agricultural land, or on a parcel in which at least 50% was converted to agricultural land in the property tax assessment on or after 1 January 2005.
Income Production Criteria: 
None
Prerequisite Designation or Certification Criteria: 
None
Management Plan Criteria: 
None
Prior Years' Land Use Criteria: 
None
Multi-Year Commitment Criteria: 
None
Other Eligibility Requirements Criteria: 
None
Source State Statutes: 
Wis. Stat. § 70.32(2) ~ § 70.32(4) (in effect for 2022)
Source Admin Code: 
Wis. Admin. Code Tax § 18.04 ~ § 18.07 (in effect for 2022)
Source Constitution: 
Wis. Const. Art. VIII §1
Source Publication: 
Wisconsin Department of Revenue, Agricultural Assessment Guide for Wisconsin Property Owners (2022)
[https://web.archive.org/web/20220901012400/https://www.revenue.wi.gov/DOR%20Publications/pb061.pdf Accessed 01/22/2024]
View Archived Source

Revision Type: 

Revision Notes: 

1/22/24 KH verified
8/29/23 VO complete
5/13/22 WP complete
12/29/21 PC verified
12/21/20 AG verified
4/24/20 MT completed
1/15/20 MT created 2019 record
11/06/19 MT verified
10/16/19 MT completed
8/20/19 YP created 18 record
9/20/18 GM: updated
12/18/17 MP verified
6/5/17 JG updated
5/9/17 PR created
3/22/16 AL checked statutes and documents
3/11/16 AL created
8/4/15 AL updated documents and marked record complete
12/15/14 updated
4/26/12 cc verified
new record 2008-AL
1/5/2010 CS Updated source publication

Electronics and Information Technology Manufacturing Zone (TIF)

State: 

Year: 

Application Process: 
Only initial application required
Geographic Requirements: 
Programs limited to designated geographic areas meeting specific criteria
Local Option in Adoption of Program: 
Local government must take action to opt in
Local Option Regarding Program Features : 
Yes
Description of Local Option Regarding Adoption or Program Features : 
A tax increment financing (TIF) district is created with a resolution by the municipal legislative body after two public hearings. No environmental impact study or issuance of any permit or approval for a new manufacturing facility within an electronics and information technology manufacturing zone is required. Regarding participation of taxing authorities, within the electronics and information technology (EITM) zone a project plan for the TIF created by a municipality must be approved by the local Joint Review Board (JRB) composed of one member from each of the affected taxing jurisdictions (school district, technical college district, county, municipality, and a public member appointed by the other 4 members). If more than one taxing jurisdiction of the same type is in the district, the jurisdiction that has the greatest property value will choose the representative. The plan must be approved by a majority of the JRB members before it can be implemented. The TIF must be approved also by the state government before it may be implemented.
Incentive Type: 
Other
Incentive Description: 
Eligible costs for an electronics and information technology (EITM) TIF district include land acquisition, site preparation, construction of infrastructure, payment of principal and interest on tax increment bonds issued by the municipality, and other capital costs within the district. Cash grants to owners, lessees, or developers in the district are permitted, provided a development agreement has been signed with the city. Eligible costs specific to an EITM TIF district include constructing or expanding police and fire protection services, purchasing police and fire equipment, and general operating expenses related to police and fire services, provided such costs do not exceed 15% of the total positive increment received over the district's lifetime. In addition, a TIF in an EITM zone may incur project costs within the county in which the district is located, provided the expenditures benefit the district. Project expenditures may be made up to the termination date. In addition to the local TIF within the EITM zone, the state provides income tax credits based on job creation and capital investment.
Eligibility Criteria: 
No Criteria
Local Government Actions: 
Local Legislative Body Approval
Eligible Property Type: 
Industrial
Other
Description of Eligible Property Type: 
Eligible property within a TIF district in an electronics and information technology (EITM) zone must be suitable for industrial sites or mixed-use development. An EITM zone is exempted from the permitting requirement regarding discharge into a wetland.
Geographic Area Type: 
Tax Increment Financing Districts
Geographic Area Criteria: 
Designated Period
Other Conditions
Description of Geographic Area Criteria: 
The TIF district must be located in the electronics and information technology (EITM) zone created by the state. The TIF district shall remain in effect for no more than 30 years. An EITM TIF district is not included in calculating the municipality's limit of all TIFs not exceeding 12% of the total value of taxable property within the municipality.
Record ID: 
WI002_ED22
Source State Statutes: 
Wis. Stat. § 238.396 (in effect for 2022)
Footnote: 
The EITM legislation was enacted for the Foxconn project. It was anticipated that the state would provide a maximum of $2.85 billion in state income tax credits for job creation and capital expenditure and a sales and use tax exemption, provided Foxconn creates and maintains 13,000 jobs and invests $9 billion.

Revision Type: 

Revision Notes: 
8/17/23 JS complete 1/11/23 VO complete 12/27/21 WP verified 09/14/2021 VO complete 12/21/20 AG verified 2/7/20 AG updated 12/12/19 YP verified 11/18/19 LA complete, Act 58 has the following impact on local govts-- state grants to local govts, authorizes county sales tax revenue bonds, authorizes design-build contracting for certain, projects, modifies provisions affecting town incorporation and annexation, and provides certain exceptions and modifications to the tax-increment financing law 8/30/19 cc edited Need to check if local can provide only TIF 8/16/19 LA complete 2/11/19 LA CAT09 2/5/19 GM: CAT04 12/12/18 LA confirmed 8/24/18 LA revised to distinguish between EITM zone and TIF district within it 7/2/18 GM: completed record 5/9/18 cc created

Tax Increment Districts (TIF)

State: 

Year: 

Application Process: 
No application required
Geographic Requirements: 
Programs limited to designated geographic areas meeting specific criteria
Local Option in Adoption of Program: 
Local government must take action to opt in
Local Option Regarding Program Features : 
Yes
Description of Local Option Regarding Adoption or Program Features : 
A tax increment financing (TIF) district (TID) is created with a resolution by the municipal legislative body after two public hearings. Regarding the participation of taxing authorities, a project plan created by a municipality must be approved by a Joint Review Board (JRB) composed of one member from each of the affected taxing jurisdictions (school district, the technical college district, county, municipality, and a public member appointed by the other 4 members). If more than one taxing jurisdiction of the same type is in the district, the jurisdiction that has the greatest property value will choose the representative. The plan must be approved by a majority of the JRB members before it can be implemented. The TID must be approved also by the state government before it may be implemented. Once it is approved, the incremental revenues of taxing authorities within the TID are automatically included in the TID fund.
Incentive Type: 
Other
Incentive Description: 
Eligible costs include land acquisition, site preparation, construction of infrastructure, payment of principal and interest on tax increment bonds issued by the municipality, and other capital costs within the district. Cash grants to owners, lessees, or developers in the district are permitted, provided a development agreement has been signed with the city. Water and sewer related construction may take place outside of the district. In addition, with the approval of the JRB, costs may be incurred for property within a one-half mile radius of the district's boundaries. An allocation amendment can be adopted, which allows a municipality to redirect revenue from one TID (the donor TID) to another TID (the recipient TID), provided they are in the same municipality.
Eligibility Criteria: 
No Criteria
Local Government Actions: 
Public Notice
Local Public Hearing
Local Legislative Body Approval
Eligible Property Type: 
Commercial
Industrial
Residential
Description of Eligible Property Type: 
A municipality must categorize a TID as one of the following: 1) Blight (an area in which the structures contribute to social, health, and safety problems) 2) Rehabilitation/conservation (rehabilitating improvements, constructing utilities, and preventing the spread of blight) 3) Industrial (land suitable for industrial use) 4) Mixed-use (a combination of residential, commercial, and industrial uses; newly-platted residential development may not exceed 35% of the area) 5) Environmental remediation (an area with significant environmental pollution) To use TIF in an electronics and information technology (EITM) zone, the EITM zone must qualify for either the industrial or mixed-use categories.
Geographic Area Type: 
Tax Increment Financing Districts
Geographic Area Criteria: 
Designated Period
Condition of the Built Environment
Neighborhood Social and Health Conditions
Other Conditions
Description of Geographic Area Criteria: 
Within a tax incremental district (TID), at least 50% of the real property must be blighted, in need of rehabilitation or conservation, suitable for industrial sites (or zoned for industrial use), or suitable for mixed-use development. The equalized value of taxable property in the district, plus the value increment of all existing districts, may not exceed 12% of the total equalized value of taxable property within the city. TIDs used in an electronics and information technology (EITM) zone do not count towards the 12% limit. For TIDs created or whose project plan was amended, on or after 1 October 2015, the restriction that vacant properties may not comprise more than 25% of TID was removed. Unamended TIDs created before 1 October 2015 are still subject to the 25% limit on vacant properties. The TID types have the following maximum life: 1) Blight- 27 years 2) Rehabilitation/conservation- 27 years 3) Industrial- 20 years 4) Mixed-use- 20 years 5) Environmental remediation- 27 years TIFs used in EITM zones may exist for 30 years.
Record ID: 
WI001_ED22
Source State Statutes: 
Wis. Stat. § 66.1105 (in effect for 2022)
Source Publication: 
Wisconsin, Department of Revenue, Tax Increment Financing Manual (November 2022)
[https://web.archive.org/web/20230419182429/https://www.revenue.wi.gov/DOR%20Publications/tif-manual.pdf Accessed 12/13/2023]
View Archived Source
Data Collection Notes: 
12/13/23 JS - Changed title from "Tax Incremental Districts (TIF)" to "Tax Increment Districts (TIF)" to conform with naming conventions in other records. For 2023 record: Wisconsin, Department of Revenue, Tax Increment Financing Manual (November 2023) [https://www.revenue.wi.gov/DOR%20Publications/tif-manual.pdf Accessed 12/13/2023] https://www.lincolninst.edu/sites/default/files/gwipp/upload/sources/Wisconsin/2023/wi_2023_tifmanual_dor_november2023.pdf

Revision Type: 

Revision By: 
CC
Revision Notes: 
12/13/23 JS complete 2/3/23 RH verified 1/11/23 VO complete 12/27/21 WP verified 9/14/21 VO complete 12/21/20 AG verified 5/14/20 AG updated 12/12/19 YP verified 8/16/19 LA complete 2/11/19 LA CAT09 2/5/19 GM: CAT04 12/12/18 LA confirmed 8/24/18 GM: updated record to incorporate CCs recommendations 8/15/18 cc you may want to add more than the first chahpter of the manual to the documents 8/9/18 GM: updated incentives 7/2/18 GM: updated sources 5/31/18 LA revised 5/14/18nr: updated fn1 5/9/18cc did you add any material from the updated sources? 2/16/18 nr: updated see sources. 11/6/17 nr: updated see fn1 and geographic 11/08/16 aa updated, added FN2 5/22/15 ND: no new updates

No property tax incentives for specific property improvements found.

State: 

Year: 

Record ID: 
WI004_SP22

Revision Type: 

Revision By: 
Pat
Revision Notes: 

3/25/23 VO complete
12/19/22 VO verified
3/10/22 WP complete
7/30/21 AW creates 20 record
12/21/20 YP verified
9/8/20 YP creates 19 record
12/9/19 LA verified
3/25/19 YP creates 18 record
08/10/2018 NLA changed status
10/23/17 MP updated
5/23/16 aa: uploaded 2015
10/1/2014 PA makes 2013 record and verifies.

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