Evidence suggests BOK Financial, BOKF: engaged in illegal tax credit and avoidance activities. (cont)
5. Involved parties
While this letter addresses suspected tax credit fraud involving the "Venture Capital(G)" tax credit program; other frauds involve the "Capital Formation Incentive Act(H)" tax credit programs; commonly known as Small Business and Rural Venture.
These programs are very similar with small, but significant differences resulting in confusion among even our own state officials and lawmakers, who most admittedly have never read these laws. It is difficult to find anyone in Oklahoma other than those directly involved that are even aware there are different programs, let along the differences. I would caution you to keep that in mind while talking to anyone here, and insure you are both talking apples or oranges.
(1) As used, here BOK collectively refers to BOK Financial Corp, subsidiaries and affiliates; most notably, a banking subsidiary BOK Oklahoma; and BOK Oklahoma subsidiaries' Cottonwood Valley Ventures and CVV Partnership.
(2) As used, here Cimarron refers to Cimarron Business Capital Company.
(G) The fact that fraud is occurring under different but similar programs has attributed to considerable confusion. This particular case involves the following, commonly referred to as "Venture Capital" tax credits: Oklahoma Statute 68 2357.7 - Credit Against Tax for Investments in Qualified Venture Capital Companies - Pass-Through Entities;
(H) Other frauds involve the Capital Formation Incentive Act tax credit programs. Commonly known as Small Business and Rural Venture, each having to two subcategories and can be found at: www.oscn.net
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