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, discusses updates for the recently released draft Forms 8996 and 8997 and their instructions. Next he talks about the INVEST Act, a bill that would set aside 10 percent of the new markets tax credit allocation for Indian and native lands. He then shares insight into the latest QEI report for new markets tax credit investments, and talks about the introduced Fulfilling the Promise of the Housing Trust Fund Act. He also talks about the web-based mapping tool that was announced by the U.S. Economic Development Administration. Finally, he discusses state-level news regarding opportunity zones, historic tax credits, low-income housing tax credits and renewable energy.
In this week’s Tax Credit Tuesday Podcast, Michael J. Novogradac, CPA, shares the latest update on the Novogradac Opportunity Funds listing. Then, he discusses tax incentive legislation in the House and Senate and co-sponsors for each bill. Next, he shares highlights from the Novogradac 2020 RAD Public Housing Conference last week in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. He also discusses proposed Community Reinvestment Act regulations released by the OCC and FDIC. He then discusses HUD’s proposed update for the Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing rule as well as HUD’s homeless assessment report that was released last week. Finally, he shares an update on the Energy Sector Innovation Act of 2019 that was introduced by Rep. Tom Reed, and an update from the Department of Transportation on the interactive opportunity zones map it released.
In this week’s Tax Credit Tuesday Podcast, Michael J. Novogradac, CPA, shares information on final regulations for opportunity zones that were released by the Treasury Department at the end of 2019, and what those regulations mean for opportunity fund investments. Next, he talks about tax extenders that were passed at the end of 2019, including the extension or increase of several tax incentives. Then he discusses a proposal released by HUD to expand the information it collects for project-based vouchers. Finally, he shares that the California Debt Limit Allocation Committee voted to allocate a majority of the state’s private activity bonds to multifamily affordable rental housing.
In this week’s Tax Credit Tuesday Podcast, Michael J. Novogradac, CPA, shares breaking news on government funding bills that were introduced in the House that include extensions of the new markets tax credit, wind production tax credit and a disaster allocation of California low-income housing tax credits. Next, he discusses proposed Community Reinvestment Act regulations that were introduced last week. Then he talks about a HUD notice announcing fiscal year 2020 annual adjustment factors for the Section 8 housing assistance payments program and the Eviction Crisis Act. Finally, he talks about a memo that was released by California TCAC clarifying requirements for the use of a low-income unit for a property manager in a low-income housing development.
In this week’s Tax Credit Tuesday Podcast, Michael J. Novogradac, CPA, talks about what to expect from opportunity zones guidance submitted by the Treasury Department to the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs. Then, he discusses the opportunity zones reporting bill, or the IMPACT Act, that was introduced last week. Next, he provides an update on the Novogradac Opportunity Funds Listing, and recaps some important highlights of the Novogradac 2019 Tax Credit Housing Finance Conference. He also discusses potential year-end tax deals to expect as the government approaches another funding deadline, and talks about final regulations for BEAT that were released by the IRS last week. In other news, he talks about the Renewable Energy Investment Act of 2019 that was introduced in the House, and shares that the U.S. Department of Education will be giving priority to grant applications that propose to serve opportunity zones. Finally, he talks about the application for the Multifamily Coal Trust Homes Program in Montana.
In this week’s Tax Credit Tuesday Podcast, Michael J. Novogradac, CPA, shares an update on year-end tax legislation and federal appropriations as well as updates on CRA reform. He then discusses the expected shortage of private activity bonds for several states, specifically California. Next, he provides details on affordable housing plans released by Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Mayor Pete Buttigieg. Finally he talks about a bill that was introduced in South Carolina that would create a low-income housing tax credit for properties in opportunity zones.
In this week’s Tax Credit Tuesday Podcast, Michael J. Novogradac, CPA, provides an update on legislation that was introduced to repeal the opportunity zones incentive. Next, he shares insight into democratic presidential candidate affordable housing plans as well as a bill that was introduced that would bar jurisdictions form using a high-housing cost adjustment to calculate area median income. Then, he discusses income and rent limits for 2020 and 2021, and the operating cost adjustment factors for 2020. He closes with a roundup of news on the Community Reinvestment Act, opportunity zones, public housing and Wisconsin’s low-income housing tax credit allocation plan.
In this week’s Tax Credit Tuesday Podcast, Michael J. Novogradac, CPA, gives an update for Federal appropriations too avoid a government shutdown and OCC plans to release an advanced notice of proposed rulemaking on CRA before the end of the year. Next, he covers several infrastructure plans including Peter DeFazio’s infrastructure bill, the Housing is Infrastructure Act of 2019, as well as presidential candidate Joe Biden’s infrastructure plan. Then he discusses the Opportunity Zone Reform Act that was introduced in the House, and the Opportunity Zones Diversity Bill that was introduced last week. He also talks about the Immigrant Investor Program Reform Act and the Incubator Act of 2019, both of which encourage investment in opportunity zones. Next, he talks about plans for House Democrats to introduce legislation to extend expire and expiring renewable energy incentives. He also gives an update on the conservatorship of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Finally, he discusses a Notes from Novogradac blog post on the rate of cost-burdened households in older-age groups.
In this week’s Tax Credit Tuesday Podcast, Michael J. Novogradac, CPA, talks about opportunity zones reporting legislation that was introduced in the House and Senate last week. Next, he discusses an investigation into the legitimacy of an opportunity zone designation in Nevada, and shares highlights from the 2019 Novogradac Financing Renewable Energy Tax Credits Fall Conference. Then, he discusses presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg’s affordable housing plan that was released last week, and then talks about Apple’s affordable housing commitment. He also talks about 2020 state low-income housing tax credit and private activity bond caps for 2020 released by the IRS. He then talks about a blog post discussing the annual private activity bond cap report and a blog post describing estimates of median income changes projected over the next two years. Finally, he discusses a new frequently asked questions document published by HUD on the Rental Assistance Demonstration, and a letter advocating extension of expired clean energy tax incentives.
In this week’s Tax Credit Tuesday Podcast, Michael J. Novogradac, CPA, talks about the HUD appropriations bill for 2020 that was passed by the Senate as well as a more general status of 2020 appropriations legislation. He also discusses Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac’s duty-to-serve requirements and how they exceeded their 2018 requirements. Next, he discusses the 2019 low-income housing tax credit national pool, then he shares insight into the IRS draft Form 8996 that was recently released for qualified opportunity funds. Then, he talks about the Housing for Homeless Students Act of 2019 and the California Debt Limit Allocation Committee’s recommendation to make the February 2020 round for tax-exempt bonds competitive. Finally, he discusses an extension of the North Carolina state historic tax credit.
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