Tax Incremental Finance (TIF) - Terminations

Secs. 60.23(32), 60.85, 66.1105, and 66.1106, Wis. Stats.

For more information, review the TIF Termination web page.

  1. When does a municipality terminate a Tax Incremental District (TID)?

  2. What should the municipality provide to the Wisconsin Department of Revenue (DOR) when a TID terminates?

  3. What is the last year a municipality receives an increment for a terminated TID?

  4. If a municipality adopts a TID termination resolution, does the municipality need to pay DOR an administrative certification fee?

  5. Can a municipality terminate an existing TID and then create another TID in the same year?

  6. When a municipality terminates a TID, what happens if there are still debts?

  7. How does the municipality divide excess funds among the overlying taxing jurisdictions?

  8. How long does the municipality have to return the excess funds?

  9. What if a municipality terminated a TID and has some outstanding expenses to pay before disbursing any extra funds to the other overlying tax jurisdictions?

  10. If a municipality adopts a TID termination resolution and notified DOR, can it rescind the termination resolution so it can adopt an affordable housing resolution?

  11. What happens to the TID's personal property aid and exempt computer aid when the TID terminates?

  12. After a TID terminates, the municipality can use a one-time levy limit adjustment. How is this calculated?


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