But the film production tax credit is one of only two such tax break that has been studied by the DOR.
What does FPTC stand for?
FPTC stands for Film Production Tax Credit (state tax)
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NEW ECONOMIC SECTOR When the State film production tax credit went into effect in 2009, almost solely credited for spurring the growth of this new economic sector, the feature film industry took top billing as major studio motion pictures chose to film in Alaska for the first time in more than a decade.
As a result of the State's film production tax credit incentive launched in 2009, Hollywood is moving Alaska to the A-list of places it considers first when scouting locations, locations, locations.
According to the newly created Film Production Tax Credit Program (3 AAC 188), to qualify for a 30 percent transferable tax credit on expenditures, production companies must spend at least $100,000 here in a consecutive 24 month period.