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“It is my strong sense that these cross-state moves in retirement are strongly motivated for financial reasons,” said Jaclyn Lambert, a spokesperson for HireAHelper.
The Montana Departments of Commerce and Public Health & Human Services announce the public comment period for the 2020-2024 Consolidated Plan for Housing and Community Development (Consolidated Plan)
The Consolidated Plan is developed every five years and helps the Montana Departments of Commerce and Public Health and Human Services assess affordable housing and community development needs to determine funding priorities and program structure...
“Film, television and commercial productions have a direct economic impact in Montana, creating good-paying jobs and infusing outside dollars into Montana communities,” Montana Film Commissioner Allison Whitmer said.
Registration is Now Open! Montana Housing’s Annual Housing Tax Credit Compliance Training March 30-31
This training is for developers and management companies that work with Housing Tax Credit properties. The virtual training will go over all aspects of compliance for the Housing Tax Credit program in Montana.
“Funding through the Montana Main Street Program invests in communities across our state, encouraging economic growth to make Montana’s local economies stronger and create more opportunities for Montanans.” Commerce Director Scott Osterman
Location matters more than you think and you need to keep in mind taxes, consumer spending, the number of new businesses, survival rate and even the climate.
Information on state, tribal, and local government. Contents include various tax incentives, governmental geographic boundaries (legislative, school districts, election precincts, etc.), and government data and geographic programs.
American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 – How Funds will be allocated – Stimulus money could fuel massive Montana broadband effort
The latest COVID-19 relief package provides $1.9 trillion in mandatory funding, program changes and tax policies aimed at mitigating the continuing effects of the pandemic.
“When small businesses across Montana thrive, our communities and the hard-working Montanans who live and work here have new opportunities to prosper as well,” said Commerce Director Scott Osterman.
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