Finish Line seeking tax break for local expansion
The Indianapolis-based retailer of athletic apparel said it is seeking a seven-year personal-property abatement to offset the cost of the equipment needed to keep pace with the growth of its online and specialty running segments.
Finish Line said the equipment will help it create 100 jobs paying an average of $19 an hour by the end of 2020 and retain 984 jobs that pay an average of $26.13 an hour.
The investment in equipment should result in an increase to the city's tax base of about $520,000 of assessed value in.... continue reading on IBJ...
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