New Integrity Films Section 181
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Changes and Updates for Section 181 film tax deduction

DUE TO THE RECENT, EXTENSIVE TAX LAW LEGISLATION AND PROCEDURES, SECTION 181 WILL HAVE DIFFERENT VALUES AND PROCESSES.
AFTER WE REVIEW THE TAX CODE THOROUGHLY, WE WILL RETURN WITH A NEW FILMMAKER / INVESTOR FRIENDLY, COST-EFFECTIVE,
APPROACH TO
STRUCTURING FILM PRODUCTION TAX BREAKS FOR FUNDING MOTION PICTURES AND TELEVISION PROJECTS.

Please note that accessing current documents for confirmations has proven difficult and may prove to be time consuming for review.
Send us an email and we'll put you on the list for follow ups in the future.

Coming soon:
2018-2022 and beyond:
Tax breaks for Film & Television production in the United States
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Movies Made In USA

Familiar individuals who are financing films include Larry Ellison, Paul Allen, Steven Rales, Fred Smith, the CEO of Federal Express, Norman Waitt, the Co-Founder of Gateway Computers, Jeff Skoll Of Ebay, Marc Turtletaub of The Money Store, Roger Marino Of EMC Corp, Sidney Kimmel Of Jones Apparel Group, Minnesota Twins owner Bill Pohlad; Real Estate Developers Tom Rosenberg, Bob Yari; and, financiers Sheikh Waleed Al Ibrahim, Zeid Masri of SilverHaze Partners, Michael Singer, Mark Esses, David Larcher, Michael Goguen, Richard Landry, Michael Reilly, Rafael Fogel, and Philip Anschutz.

On the institutional side, familiar names such as CITIGROUP, Deutche Bank, JP Morgan, Morgan Stanley, Dresdner Kleinwort, GE Commercial Finance, ABRY Partners, AIG Direct Investments, Bank of America Capital Investors, Columbia Capital, Falcon Investment Advisors, and M/C Venture Partners are or have been involved with the finance of films.