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Help for JPMorgan Chase & Co.

By Times staff writers
Published January 23, 2005

Here are some of the incentives the company or its predecessor, Chase Manhattan, has received to create jobs in Tampa. This list does not include right-of-way acquisitions and road funds benefiting Chase, a tax credit worth up to $74.5-million over 20 years, and millions in pending tax refunds, among other benefits.

** Tax refunds for four Tampa projects: $6,509,860

** Training for Chase workers: $1,243,372

** Upgrades in electricity service from Tampa Electric: $191,000

** Exemption from documentary stamp taxes for Chase-Chemical merger: $210,000

** County funds to cover various fees charged for the impact of Chase projects on traffic congestion, water and wastewater: $1,290,047

[Last modified January 23, 2005, 00:15:19]

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