The City of Liberty has the ability to issue Industrial Development Bonds to finance industrial development projects. The City issues the bonds to finance real and/or personal property for eligible projects. The use of these bonds provides the ability to abate a percentage of real and/or personal property tax. These bonds also provide the use of a sales tax exemption when purchasing equipment, machinery and other eligible purchases.
The City's Chapter 100 tax abatement program allows up to 90 percent tax abatement for qualifying companies. The program also allows up to 100 percent tax abatement for science and technology related companies or class-A office projects.
Chapter 100 Industrial Development Bonds
Industrial Development Bonds issued pursuant to Chapter 100 RSMo. May be used to provide real and personal property tax exemption.
The program allows sales tax exemption on such as equipment, machinery, construction materials and other qualified purchases.
The City issues bonds to finance real and/or personal property for eligible projects.
The City expanded their program to allow up to 90% tax abatement for qualifying companies.
100 percent abatement can be available for science and technology related companies, Class A office projects as well as companies that provide significant value to the community