*Please note that this article was written in 2019 and some of the information may be outdated. You should confirm the details of the specific credits on the Virginia Department of Taxation’s website.
Now that it’s tax season, it’s time to think about potential credits that may reduce your Virginia tax liabilities. We have included a listing of Virginia tax credits available to individual or corporate taxpayers with a brief explanation of each credit. It is important to note that many of the credits may not be claimed on a tax return until a taxpayer has submitted an application and been notified in writing that they are allowed to claim the credit. There are specific due dates to submit applications, most without extension, so please pay close attention and reference the Department of Taxation’s website for additional information and requirements for claiming the credits.
Virginia Tax Credits
Agricultural Tax Credits
Business Development Tax Credits
Coal Industry and Education Tax Credits
Environmental Tax Credits
Housing and Community Development Tax Credits
Individual and Misc. Tax Credits
Ports and Trade Tax Credits
Expired or Repealed Tax Credits
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