Incentives

Incentives

Important announcement regarding economic development programs: GOED Statement - Economic Development Programs.

 

The State of Nevada, through the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED), offers a variety of incentives to help qualifying companies make the decision to do business in the state, including sales tax abatements on capital equipment purchases, sales and use tax deferral on capital equipment purchases, abatements on personal and modified business taxes, real property tax abatements for recycling, assistance with the cost of intellectual property development, and employee training grants. The State offers abatements on aviation parts and data centers, as well.

Incentive Reference Guide

Standard Abatements (More Information):

  • Sales and Use Tax Abatement - Sales and use tax abatement on qualified capital equipment purchases, with reductions in the rate to as low as 2%.
  • Modified Business Tax Abatement - An abatement of 50 percent of the 1.475% rate on quarterly wages exceeding $50,000.
  • Personal Property Tax Abatement - An abatement on personal property not to exceed 50% over a maximum of 10 years.
  • Real Property Tax Abatement for Recycling - Up to 50% abatement for up to 10 years on real and personal property for qualified recycling businesses.

Data Center Abatement (More information):

A partial abatement from personal property tax and sales and use tax are available to data center companies that locate or expand their business in Nevada. Abatements apply to collocated businesses of the data center.

Aviation Parts Abatement (More Information):

Partial abatements from Personal Property and Sales & Use Taxes are available to aviation companies that locate or expand their business in Nevada.

For more information about the programs above, please contact:

Contacts:

Melanie Sheldon
Director of Business Development
702-486-2702
msheldon@diversifynevada.com

Mariah Heriman
Business Development Coordinator
702-486-2119
mheriman@diversifynevada.com

Applications should be submitted to GOED’s office ONLY through the appropriate Regional Development Authority.