Tax Credit Connection, Inc.

Protect your land from development and earn money at the same time. Colorado and New Mexico have an innovative tax program that allows the transfer of conservation easement income tax credits from landowners to taxpayers with state income tax liabilities.

Tax Credit Connection works with Colorado and New Mexico landowners who have donated a conservation easement on their property by helping them turn their tax credits into cash.  We review your file to ensure it 'meets the letter of the law', and will match you with qualified buyers of your credits. We take care of all the transaction details so you can focus on working your land.

Whether you have already donated a conservation easement, are in the early planning stages, or just want to learn more, give us a call.  If you are just getting started, we will be happy to talk with you about the entire process of donating a conservation easment, and what you can expect along the way. Because we work with conservation experts throughout the states of Colorado and New Mexico, we can help you identify the land trust and other professionals that best fit your needs.  And if you have already completed your donation, register with us today!

Tax Credit Connection, Inc.
Ariel Steele • Owner • 303 774 8127 •
Jackson Moller • Senior Land Protection Specialist • 303 774 8195 •
2919 W. 17th Ave., Ste. 201 • Longmont, CO 80503 •

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Ariel Steele, Owner
2919 W. 17th Ave
Suite 201
Longmont, Colorado  80503
Phone: 303-774-8195
Fax: 720-302-0447


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2014 Brings Changes to Tax Credit Transactions - Good News for All


Everyone will be able to breathe a little easier this year, thanks to a bill designed to provide more certainty for those involved with a conservation easement tax credit. With the passage of HB13-221, some obstacles have been removed and a new application process has been created with the Division of Real Estate (DRE). Most importantly, effective for donations made on or after January 1, 2014, the appraisal is forever safe from State audit after the tax credit certificate has been issued! (Article applicable to Colorado only.)


Can I Really Preserve My Land and Make Money?


How to turn conservation easement tax credits into cash. (Article applies to Colorado.)


Can My Heirs Save Money on Estate Taxes? Conservation Easements Have Benefits Years After Your Donation


By donating a conservation easement, you are eligible not only for an immediate financial reward from state tax credits and federal deductions, but you can also save money on estate taxes for generations to come. (Article applies to Colorado and New Mexico.)


Donate a Conservation Easement - How Federal Benefits Put Money in Your Pocket!


Currently, federal tax benefits allow a deduction of 30% of your gross income when you make a conservation easement donation. (Article applies to Colorado and New Mexico.)


Save Money on Taxes and Protect Open Space - New Mexico Conservation Income Tax Credits


Landowners who permanently preserve their land for agriculture, scenic views or wildlife habitat can generate state income tax credits that can be sold at a discount to other taxpayers under New Mexico law.


Turning Conservation Easement Tax Credits Into Cash - What Should I Expect?


Once you have preserved your land with a conservation easement, you might be wondering exactly how you will turn the conservation easement income tax credits you received into cash. Below is a quick overview of how the tax credits are calculated and what to expect when you work with a tax credit broker. (Applicable to Colorado only.)