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The Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFI) Fund released 2003-2013 data and a summary report for the NMTC program June 2. The data is compiled from annual reports submitted by community development entities (CDEs) that have been awarded NMTC allocations. ...
Super Committee Collapses; Tax Extenders; New Issue Bond Program, Temporary Credit and Liquidity Program Extended; FY 2012 Income Limit Preview; CA Redevelopment Agency Update; Historic Boardwalk Hall Update; Minnesota Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit Report; Awarding Winning Initiative in VT; OIG Audits CDFI Fund; InvestOhio Tax Credit; Bill to Provide Investment Tax Credit for Microturbines; Tax Treatment of Section 1603 grants in CA.
Mid-Term Elections; Tax Extenders; 2011 LIHTC and Bond Caps; 2010 National Pool; Proposed Housing Trust Fund Rules; New York NOFA; NMTC Conference Highlights; Historic Program Task Force; Section 48C Extension Proposal; Geothermal Energy Jobs Report
Chances for Future Tax Extenders; Tax Court Decision in Historic Boardwalk Hall LLC v. Commissioner; IRS Guidance On "Significant Changes" for Section 48C projects; Novogradac LIHTC Working Group Comments on National Housing Trust Fund Proposed Regulations; Update on New Markets Tax Credit Allocations.
Plans for Comprehensive Tax Reform; FHFA Rules for GSEs; Multifamily Housing Market Analysis; ITC Proposed for Waste-to-Energy Projects; Taxability of Section 1603 Grants in Calif.; New Jersey Moves Closer to State HTC; NMTC Working Group Update.
Tax Reform; Bond Tax Credits; Upcoming Dates; Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Fixed Floor; S. 1442; Native American Housing Assistance and Self-Determination Act of 2013; S. 1352; Proposed Fiscal Year 2014 Fair Market Rents; Fiscal Year 2012 Annual Report on the Historic Tax Credit; 2014 Vermont Downtown Historic Tax Credits; New Markets Tax Credit Coalition Advocacy Letter; Community Development Financial Institutions Fund Website Improvement Survey; Interstate Renewable Energy Council Solar Installation Trends Report.
HUD's Proposal to Eliminate Escrow Requirements; Tax Extender Legislation and Expiring Tax Incentive Programs; Request for Guidance on Power Purchase Agreements; and E&Y Study on LIHTC Investments.
Congress Reconvenes; President Obama to Proposes Job Measures; Super Committee Ramps Up; 3rd Annual Developments of Distinction Awards; HUD LIHTC Tenant Data Collection; States' Preferences for Supportive Housing; North Dakota's Housing Incentive Fund' Section 1603 Safe Harbor Webinar; U.S. Was a Net Exporter of Solar in 2010; Global Energy Investment Market; Historic Preservation Community's Response to Hurricane Irene; Congressman Richard Neal's to Keynote New Markets Tax Credit Investors Conference; Senator Maria Cantwell Supports NMTC Extension; CDFI Fund Advisory Board's Upcoming Meeting; National Coalition for Capital's Recognizes Lawmakers in Maine.
Updated for 2018. The Fourth Edition of the Novogradac Introduction to New Markets Tax Credits provides a perfect initiation into the workings of the NMTC. The booklet provides a concise but substantive look into the goals and structure of the NMTC. Learn about applying for NMTCs, decode the alphabet soup of CDEs, QEIs, QLICIs and QALICBs, and explore low-income communities, tax credit recapture, and leveraged and non-leveraged transaction structures. Novogradac’s Introduction to New Markets Tax Credit is an ideal primer for real estate professionals who are considering entering the NMTC arena or for the new hires at companies that have years of experience in investing in or lending to real estate projects or businesses in low-income communities. This fourth edition includes an update to the history and statistics of the NMTC program, updated infographics and an expanded description of the stages of the NMTC application process.
The Novogradac New Markets Tax Credit Handbook is your definitive guide to the new markets tax credit (NMTC) from application and financing to development and compliance.
The 2019 edition updates all regulations and incorporates recent guidance from the Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFI) Fund, Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and others.