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Private Activity Bonds greater than $3 million, often called Industrial Revenue Bonds (IRBs) or Industrial Development Bonds (IDBs), are bonds issued by state or local governmental entities for the benefit of a private company. Interest on the bonds is generally exempt from federal income taxes for investors, which typically results in lower long-term interest rates to the borrower. IFA recommends that you contact your lender to determine if this program is right for you.
The IFA can issue bonds to finance qualified manufacturing facilities (land acquisition and construction), manufacturing equipment, pollution control facilities and other projects permitted under federal law. Applicants can save significant interest costs on projects by using tax-exempt bonds.
Tax-exempt financing promotes economic development,
HIGHER PAYING JOBS AND COMPETITIVE BUSINESS
practices across Indiana.
The IFA can also issue tax-exempt bonds for certain 501(c)(3) entities, including but not limited to health care facilities, child care facilities, charter schools, private institutions of higher education and cultural institutions. Examples of past transactions include Butler University, Deaconess Hospital, the NCAA, Purdue Research Foundation and Community Enterprises Properties LLC. Borrowing for capital expenses at a lower rate can achieve significant cost savings for not-for-profit organizations. The IFA can also refund bonds issued by the IFA or local issuers to reduce long-term interest costs to the borrower. 501(c)(3)s do not require an allocation of Volume Cap.