January 28, 2020

Published by Novogradac on Tuesday, January 28, 2020 - 1:00pm

In this week’s Tax Credit Tuesday podcast, Michael J. Novogradac CPA, talks about plans to move forward with federal infrastructure proposals. He also talks about Sen. Tim Scott, S.C., exploring the idea of introducing legislation that would allow governors to reconsider some of their opportunity zones designations. Then he talks about a recent development in CRA reform and what to expect from the OCC and FDIC in the coming weeks. Next, he talks about state level news including a ruling from a state trial court in New York about low-income housing tax credit partnerships, and legislation from Hawaii that would make the state’s low-income housing tax credit program permanent. He also discusses a private letter ruling from Colorado on partnerships pursuing the state low-income housing tax credit. Finally, he shares news of legislation introduced in Hawaii that would ensure the 35 percent renewable energy credit regardless of any future amendments to state law.