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Manufacturers of advanced energy vehicles, fuel cell systems, renewable energy systems or any component of an advanced energy vehicle, fuel cell system or renewable energy system or components for integrate...
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Advanced energy facilities, such as solar thermal electric, advanced technology coal, or recycled energy, may qualify for up to $60 million in credits. The credit is equal to 6% o...
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Gross receipts tax deductions are available for selling to agribusinesses: Feed for livestock, including the baling wire or twine used to contain the feed, fish raised for human consumption, poultry o...
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Receipts from maintaining, refurbishing, remodeling or otherwise modifying a commercial or military carrier (aircraft) over 10,000 pounds gross landing weight may be deducted from gross receipts.  
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Receipts of an aircraft manufacturer or affiliate from selling aircraft or aircraft parts, or from selling services performed on aircraft or aircraft components or from selling aircraft flight support, pilo...
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A taxpayer who files a New Mexico income tax return and who is a “qualified investor” may take a tax credit of up to $25,000 (25% of a qualified investmen...
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Microbreweries producing less than 5,000 barrels of beer annually and small wineries producing less than 560,000 liters of wine per year qualify for a preferential tax rate. The Liquor Excise Ta...
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Provides a tax credit on blended biodiesel fuels (a minimum of 2% biodiesel). Gross receipts and compensating tax may be deducted for installing biodiesel blending infrastructure up to $50,000 pe...
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The value of equipment such as a boiler, turbine-generator, storage facility, feedstock processor, interconnection transformer or biomass material used for bio-power, bio-fuels, or bio-based products may be deducted in computin...
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This law exempts from the trip tax the use of New Mexico highways by commercial motor carrier vehicles while operating exclusively within 10 miles of a border with Mexico i...
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Receipts from fees received for performing management or investment advisory services for a related mutual fund, hedge fund or real estate investment trust may be deducted from gross receipts.
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Services that are exported from the state are not subject to New Mexico gross receipts tax. These services must be produced by a business with a New Mexico office, sol...
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A taxpayer who is an eligible employer may apply for and receive a tax credit for each new high-wage economic-base job. The credit amount equals 10% of the wages an...
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(Investment Credit Act) Manufacturers may take a credit against gross receipts, compensating or withholding taxes equal to 5.125% of the value of qualified equipment imported and put into use in ...
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New Mexico has one of the most generous training incentive programs in the country. The job Training Incentive Program (JTIP) funds classroom and on-the-job training for newly-created jobs in expandin...
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Receipts from the sale of fuel to a common carrier to be loaded or used in a locomotive engine are exempted from the gross receipts and compensating taxes. “Locomotive engine&rdquo...
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A qualified R&D small business is eligible for a credit equal to the sum of all gross receipts taxes, compensating taxes or withholding taxes due to the state for u...
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Each qualified energy generator may earn an income tax credit of 1 cent ($.01) per kilowatt-hour for the first 400,000 megawatt-hours ( equivalent to 400,000,000 kilowatts) of electricity produced usin...
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This credit can be applied to taxes due on (state) gross receipts, corporate income, or personal income tax. Rural New Mexico is defined as any part of the state othe...
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A taxpayer whose primary business is providing software development services and who had no business location in New Mexico other than in a qualified area during the period for whic...
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There are four separate deductions connected with the operation of a spaceport in New Mexico. The four deductions are: Receipts from launching, operating or recovering space vehicles or payloads Receipts from preparin...
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This credit has two parts: a basic credit and an additional credit, each equal to 4% of the qualified expenditures on qualified research at a qualified facility. The credit amoun...
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Non-resident employees may allocate their compensation to their home state. Since Texas does not have a personal income tax, Texas residents working at the New Mexico enterprise will not hav...
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New Mexico provides a gross receipts tax deduction for receipts from selling wind turbines, nacelles, rotors, blades and related equipment to a state or federal government entity.  
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