State of Kansas Incentives
The following is an introduction to State of Kansas incentive programs. Please download the full list of incentives for details about the programs.
Promoting Employment Across Kansas (PEAK)
PEAK is the state’s cash-equivalent economic development tool that allows reimbursement of up to 95% of state withholdings taxes for eligible employees.
High Performance Incentive Program (HPIP)
Companies may be eligible for a Kansas Income Tax Credit equal to 10% of eligible capital investment that exceeds $1 million in metro counties ($50,000 in non-metro counties). This credit has a 16-year carry-forward provision and no cap. A Kansas sales tax exemption certificate is also available through HPIP.
Kansas Industrial Training (KIT)
This program provides training assistance in net new job creation. Firms must show that they are creating at least one net new job in the State of Kansas to qualify. Training can include pre-employment, classroom and on-the-job training by in-house instructors or vendors.
Kansas Industrial Retraining (KIR)
This program provides training assistance to companies in industries that are restructuring or retraining their workforce due to changing /upgrading technology and to companies diversifying production activities. A company must show that employees to be trained are likely to be displaced because of obsolete or inadequate job skills and knowledge.