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Chapter 620

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  620.2015.  Relocation of business, factor in determining eligibility — benefits, requirements — written agreement required. — 1.  In exchange for the consideration provided by the tax revenues and other economic stimuli that will be generated by the retention of jobs and the making of new capital investment in this state, a qualified company may be eligible to receive the benefits described in this section if the department determines that there is a significant probability that the qualified company would relocate to another state in the absence of the benefits authorized under this section.  In no event shall the total amount of benefits available to all qualified companies under this section exceed six million dollars in any fiscal year.

  2.  A qualified company meeting the requirements of this section may be authorized to retain an amount not to exceed one hundred percent of the withholding tax from full-time jobs that would otherwise be withheld and remitted by the qualified company under the provisions of sections 143.191 to 143.265 for a period of ten years if the average wage of the retained jobs equals or exceeds ninety percent of the county average wage.  In order to receive benefits under this section, a qualified company shall enter into written agreement with the department containing detailed performance requirements and repayment penalties in event of nonperformance.  The amount of benefits awarded to a qualified company under this section shall not exceed the projected net fiscal benefit and shall not exceed the least amount necessary to obtain the qualified company's commitment to retain the necessary number of jobs and make the required new capital investment.

  3.  In order to be eligible to receive benefits under this section, the qualified company shall meet each of the following conditions:

  (1)  The qualified company shall agree to retain, for a period of ten years from the date of approval of the notice of intent, at least fifty retained jobs; and

  (2)  The qualified company shall agree to make a new capital investment at the project facility within three years of the approval in an amount equal to one-half the total benefits, available under this section, which are offered to the qualified company by the department.

  4.  In awarding benefits under this section, the department shall consider the factors set forth in subsection 2 of section 620.2010.

  5.  Upon approval of a notice of intent to request benefits under this section, the department and the qualified company shall enter into a written agreement covering the applicable project period.  The agreement shall specify, at a minimum:

  (1)  The committed number of retained jobs, payroll, and new capital investment for each year during the project period;

  (2)  Clawback provisions, as may be required by the department; and

  (3)  Any other provisions the department may require.

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(L. 2013 H.B. 184)

Sunset date 8-28-30, see § 620.2020

Termination date 9-01-31, see § 620.2020


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