Tax Credit Tuesday Podcasts
Each Tax Credit Tuesday, Novogradac & Company LLP's audio broadcast offers an in-depth weekly look at tax credit topics. A new episode is posted here and on the RSS Feed by 1 p.m. Pacific Time every Tuesday.
In this week’s Tax Credit Tuesday Podcast, Michael J. Novogradac, CPA, shares some insights from the25th Annual Novogradac Affordable Housing Conference last week [2:41]. Then, he talks briefly about the latest opportunity zone designations [4:50]. After that, he goes over the Housing Choice Voucher Mobility Demonstration Act of 2018 (H.R. 5793) [5:39], some fair housing announcements from HUD [7:10] and a couple of upcoming hearings on tax reform and housing finance reform [7:55]. Then, he shares some state-level news on the Wisconsin state low-income housing tax credit and the Missouri state historic tax credit, as well as an affordable housing resident report [8:52].
In this week’s Tax Credit Tuesday Podcast, Michael J. Novogradac, CPA, tells listeners what they need to know about the new markets tax credit application period that opened last week [1:22]. He also shares some news about legislation introduced last week to rescind more than $15 billion in budget authority and explains how it affects some housing and community development programs [4:51]. The he discusses an upcoming tax reform hearing [7:37]. After that, he shares some news about fair housing, the 2018 round of the Capital Magnet Fund and the latest qualified equity investment issuance report [9:57].
In this week’s Tax Credit Tuesday Podcast, Michael J. Novogradac, CPA, shares the latest on whether listeners might see more tax reform this year [2:00], as well as updates on the population figures used to calculate state low-income housing tax credit allocations [3:59], Housing Trust Fund increases [6:33] and what conference attendees learned about solar tariffs at the Novogradac 2018 Financing Renewable Energy Tax Credits Conference last week [7:16]. After that, he shares a HUD notice about the Rental Assistance Demonstration program, as well as a report on the amount of renewable energy investment tax credits and production tax credits claimed by taxpayers in recent years [9:37].
In this week’s Tax Credit Tuesday Podcast, Michael J. Novogradac, CPA, shares some updates on HUD’s Rental Assistance Demonstration program [2:18]. Then, he discusses HUD’s rent reform proposals [5:36], as well two congressional hearings [8:47], [10:20] and what is known about the recent Republican House member retirement that creates a vacancy on the House Ways and Means Committee [11:23]. After that, he shares some good news from Wisconsin about the state historic tax credit. And he closes out with some renewable energy news on to the Protecting American Solar Jobs Act (H.R. 5571), a bill to repeal the 30 percent solar tariff [12:05].
In this week’s Tax Credit Tuesday Podcast, Michael J. Novogradac, CPA, discusses the latest efforts to rescind parts of the $1.3 trillion omnibus spending bill for fiscal year 2018 [2:00]. After that, he briefly touches on a package of bills developed to improve administration of the IRS [5:54]. Then, he discusses a scheduled hearing on the new tax law [6:41] and a recent House Ways and Means Tax Policy Subcommittee roundtable on expiring tax provisions [7:43]. After that, he shares news on new opportunity zone designations, a California housing bill (S.B. 827) and the recently released inflation adjustments for the renewable energy production tax credit [9:19].
In this week’s Tax Credit Tuesday Podcast, Michael J. Novogradac, CPA, discusses how the Office of Management and Budget might try to roll back billions of dollars from the recent omnibus spending bill [2:12]. He also discusses a new framework for reviewing tax regulations. Then, he touches briefly on a Ways and Means roundtable discussion on expiring tax provisions [4:00]. After that, he outlines a new executive order on work reforms for welfare and housing assistance programs [4:25]. After that, he shares some brief news from HUD on the CDBG disaster recovery program and on Choice Neighborhood planning grants. He also provides an update on rural housing preservation legislation and a quick update on how the renewable energy production tax credit influences national and global wind power capacity [7:15].
In this week’s Tax Credit Tuesday Podcast, Michael J. Novogradac, CPA, shares updates on opportunity zone designations [1:33]. He also talks about how the fiscal year 2018 omnibus spending bill affects the low-income housing tax credit [3:32]. Then, he discusses some Treasury recommendations on modernizing the Community Reinvestment Act [6:12] and he’ll have an update on confirming the next commissioner of the FHA [8:55]. After that, he shares some brief news on certain HUD fees, an extended state historic tax credit program and the latest qualified equity investment issuance report for the New Markets Tax Credit program [10:02].
In this week’s Tax Credit Tuesday Podcast, Michael J. Novogradac, CPA, talks about the fiscal year 2018 income limits that were released by HUD last Friday [1:41]. He also discusses the new income-averaging option for low-income housing tax credit properties [8:43]. After that, he shares some brief news on the Cantwell-Hatch low-income housing tax credit bill, requests for more HUD and USDA funding and a proposal to create a new Illinois state historic tax credit [13:25].
In this week’s Tax Credit Tuesday Podcast, Michael J. Novogradac, CPA, talks about the recently passed Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2018 and its provisions regarding the low-income housing tax credit and HUD funding [2:01]. After that, he shares highlights of HUD and GAO reports, followed by some state-level news from California and New York [11:33].
In this week’s Tax Credit Tuesday Podcast, Michael J. Novogradac, CPA, talks about the upcoming federal funding deadline [1:54], a House subcommittee hearing on tax extenders [3:21] and the possibility of a second phase of tax reform [5:15]. After that, he shares a roundup of other headlines from the past week [7:12], including the National Low-Income Housing Coalition’s latest affordable rental housing report, the CDFI Fund’s Capital Magnet Fund awards, a report on federal historic tax credit investments and a bill in Oklahoma that would cap the state’s wind production tax credit.
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