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  • Tax breaks spur development, but at what benefit to Kentucky?

    With hundreds of millions of dollars going to developers through tax increment financing, or TIFs, for projects in both blighted, and prosperous areas, the state of Kentucky has yet to study the return on investment that these dollars yield.

Tax breaks spur development, but at what benefit to Kentucky?

With hundreds of millions of dollars going to developers through tax increment financing, or TIFs, for projects in both blighted, and prosperous areas, the state of Kentucky has yet to study the return on investment that these dollars yield.
Todd Feeback, Ron Garrison, Linda Blackford tfeeback@mcclatchy.com