December 12, 2013

Louisiana Entertainment

Effective January 1, 2014:

The Office of Entertainment Industry Development will no longer be accepting any transfers to the state. Any and all documentation need to be sent directly to the Louisiana Department of Revenue at the following address:

Louisiana Department of Revenue
Attn: Tax Credit Registry
P.O. Box 1071
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70821


The contact number is 225-219-2270.

The template (which can be found here) must be filled out and notarized and all supporting documentation along with the transfer fee must be submitted to LDR.

Until January 1, 2014, OEID will continue to process these transfers; however, please make the transfer fee check payable to the Louisiana Department of Revenue.


Christopher Stelly

Executive Director, Louisiana Entertainment

Louisiana Economic Development

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