Any Design for a Self-Funding Tax Credit Provides a Method to Achieve Your Objective
We can apply any self-funding tax credit to achieving Any social objective for which tax credits can be designed .
As long as you can create a self-funding tax credit to address a social goal, the goal can be achieved.
A self-funding tax credit is a perpetual motion machine for social goals.
Let’s walk though the design for a tax credit that pays 90% of college tuition.
A company funds a student. The company gets a tax credit.
The tax credit is monetized.
Funds are donated.
The funds are used to buy shares in a private equity firm which buys a business, which employs students.
Perhaps the student who received the benefit of reduced tuition costs.
The private equity firm would use leverage of 2:1.
Borrowing by the private equity firm results in an increase in the money supply; money created is on the ‘Education Standard’.
Tax revenue generated would fully offset the cost of the tax credit.
The tax credit could offset education costs dollar for dollar.
EducationMethod funds your education.
EducationMethod gets a tax credit.
The tax equity investor is part of a SPV that buys the tax credit.
EducationMethod donates those funds.
A 501c buys shares in a health insurance company that invests in _____.
Alternate tax credit funding vehicles are in use currently:
Affordable housing tax credits produce housing at a reduced rental rate.
We can look to many examples of R&D tax credits paying for themselves.