Chicago Tribune Excerpt:Sure, the tax credits are honored only if Harley-Davidson would honor the technical requirements of Wisconsin's statute for job retention or growth. They could not make that committment for $25 million. But, H-D's decision should send a signal to state officials that cutting taxes and tax credit's for jobs are not worth the effort. They don't create or retain jobs.
In a statement issued Thursday, Harley officials said the company declined the tax credits because its employment plans might not work with the state's terms.
Friday, November 12, 2010
Harley: Cutting Jobs Better Than Tax Credits To Keep Them
this article, it's reported that Harley-Davidson turned down $25 million in state tax credits to keep manufacturing jobs in Wisconsin.In