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[2021-05-05] NGCOA Helps Golf Courses with COVID-Related Tax Credits

Newest Partner Assists Businesses with Determining Eligibility and Applying for up to Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars in Tax Credits Charleston, S.C. (May 5, 2021) - The National Golf Course Owners Association (NGCOA) is pleased to welcome Rockerbox as its latest Smart Buy Marketplace...

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Rethinking Space: Where Best to Capitalize on Capital Improvements

By Scott Kauffman, Contributor, Golf Business By most accounts, U.S. golf facilities in 2020 experienced one of the greatest rebounds in rounds played and course capacity in memory. And so long as the Covid-influenced environment continues to affect the...

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Which Do You Treat: The Patient or the Disease?

FROM THE DESK OF... Opinions, thoughts and viewpoints from across the golf industry Which Do You Treat: The Patient or the Disease? By Larry Hirsh, President, Golf Property Analysts Recently, we were retained for two very different assignments that...

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Episode 12 of Golf Business LIVE Friday Edition

August 7, 2020 Jay and special co-host Rock Lucas, Owner of Charwood Country Club and NGCOA Board member, talked about the current golf business landscape. Rock shared how he has navigated the COVID-19 related impacts at his course in South Carolina. Jay also examined the market and legal...

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Property Tax

For golf course owners, property taxes are one of the highest expense categories in their budgets. We ask our elected and paid municipal officials to treat our industry fairly, and not allow personal prejudices to influence the tax assessment process. Property taxes across the U.S. differ...

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Conservation Easement Denied by IRS

Establishing a Conservation Easement does not require approval by the IRS. However, IRS must approve if the participants desire to take advantage of the federal tax incentives. This article takes a look at a case where after making a multi-million dollars investment and establishing a...

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PHIT ACT Approved Without Golf

On July 12 2018, the U.S. House Ways and Means Committee on Health approved the PHIT Act - H.R. 6312. Last minute changes to the bill removed golf from the category of approved physical activity. Prior to final vote took place, NGCOA undertook a grass root effort by having members call and...

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