No More Mr. Nice North Carolina

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A recent article, from Bloomberg Businessweek, shares the most recent update on the North Carolina tax breaks. According to the article, by the end of next year, North Carolina will no longer be giving tax incentives, breaks, to film productions and producers who are shooting movies or shows in the state.  NC was known for giving tax breaks totaling 25% on production spending in the state. Many benefited from the movies and shows being produced in NC, what does this mean for them?

Read more here: http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2013-09-03/hunger-games-north-carolina-calls-cut-on-film-subsidies

 

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