TAXES & INCENTIVES
Select Conecuh Industrial Development Grant
Industries that are locating or expanding in Conecuh County may qualify for a cash investment from Conecuh County that will benefit operations, infrastructure, operating costs, and bottom line. Investment benefits are based on the number of jobs created, average wage plus benefits, and capital investment over a three year period. CLICK HERE to learn more.
The tables below show the total, abatable, and education taxes for Conecuh County and its incorporated municipalities. Alabama abatement law excludes all local education taxes from abatement, therefore the education portion is the net amount of taxes after abatement.
Ad Valorem Property Taxes
General Sales & Use Taxes
Sales & Use Tax - Machinery
State of Alabama Incentives
Alabama is known for competitive, targeted incentives programs to meet the needs of new and existing businesses. With recent updates to the state incentive programs, Alabama is one of the most competitive states in the nation.
Conecuh County is committed to working with new and expanding industries by participating in targeted local infrastructure projects to facilitate the growth in local employment.
Targeted Rural Incentives
Alabama’s new Jobs Credit and Investment Credit programs have attractive lower requirements for rural communities.
REQUIREMENTS: JOBS CREDIT AND INVESTMENT CREDIT
Projects must have a qualifying business activity (Section 40-18-372 of the Code of Alabama, 1975).
Projects must create at least 50 net new jobs (exceptions noted below).
Projects in a Targeted County must create at least 25 net new jobs (exceptions noted below).
Projects in the following industries are required to create net new jobs, but are not subject to the minimum job creation requirements of the Jobs Act: chemical manufacturing, data centers, engineering, design, or research, and metal/machining technology or toolmaking.