Film company accused of falsely claiming $1 million in tax credits
NEW ORLEANS - A report from the State Inspector General is accusing a production company that worked on New Orleans Saints-related programming of charging rates inflated by millions of dollars in order to claim more than $1 million in state film tax credits.
Horizon Entertainment was forced to submit records of expenditures to justify the $5 million the production company spent on a program called “Saintsational.” The company received tax credits for money spent in Louisiana during the production, but they could not adequately justify the expenses.
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