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Fiscal Year 2014 Budget; Tax Reform; Debt Ceiling; Better Buildings Challenge; Community Reinvestment Act 2014 First Quarter Exam Schedule; Mel Watt; U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development 2014 Rent and Income Limits; CDFI Information Mapping System; Qualified Equity Investment Issuance Report; Ohio: Creating Jobs, Building Communities, Preserving Heritage; U.S. Deal Tracker Solar Report.
The 2012 Edition of the Low-Income Housing Tax-Exempt Bond Handbook is a comprehensive, single-volume resource for all the regulations, guidance and legislation on the use of tax-exempt bonds in multifamily housing developments.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) released Revenue Procedure (Rev. Proc.) 2015-49 Oct. 13. Rev. Proc. 2015-49 provides the amounts of unused 2015 Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) carryovers allocated to qualified states under Section 42 of the Internal Revenue Code (IRC). ...
Sequestration; Tax Reform, Public Welfare Investments; Historic Homeownership Revitalization Act (H.R. 877); Georgia HTC Expansion (H.B. 308); Poverty & Race Research Action Council’s “Creating Balance in the Locations of LIHTC Developments: The Role of Qualified Allocation Plans;” Bipartisan Policy Center’s "America's Energy Resurgence: Sustaining Success, Confronting Challenges;" Community Development Financial Institutions Fund “Year-in-Review;” Missouri New Markets Tax Credit Extension (S.B. 112)
Continuing Resolution; Community Reinvestment Act Investment Credit; Internal Revenue Service 2013-2014 Guidance Priority List; New Markets Tax Credit Allocation Round; Historic Tax Credit Program Expansion and Improvement Plan; Rural Housing Grandfathering; Repeal of Energy Tax Credits.
IRS Announcement 2009-69 for Section 45; Expanding Building Efficiency Incentives Act of 2009; Qualifying Advanced Energy Project Tax Credit program Notice; Treasury Dept. Section 1603 News; Treasury Dept. Section 1602 Guidance; State LIHTC Agencies Recovery Act Updates; OCC's Bank Evaluations
On Aug. 21, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) released Revenue Procedure 2014-49 and Revenue Procedure 2014-50. Both documents provide guidance about temporary disaster relief for qualified developments that were financed with low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs) or tax-exempt bonds...
Tax Reform; Debt Ceiling; Handbook 4350.3 REV-1; LIHC Newsletter #52; Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Program Utility Allowance and Carryover Agreements; New Markets Tax Credits: Unlocking Investment Potential; Community Investment Impact System (CIIS); Rhode Island Historic Tax Credit Program; A Guide to Federal Finance Facilities Available for Energy Efficiency Upgrades and Clean Energy Deployment.
Fiscal Year 2014 Budget; Debt Ceiling; Volcker Rule; Bond Arbitrage Rebate Regulations; Low Income Housing Tax Credit Rate Act; S. 1442; Public Welfare Investments in Renewable Energy; New Markets Tax Credit Coalition Program Extension Letter; Historic Tax Credit Safe Harbor Guidance; Section 106 Toolkit.
Financial Accounting Standards Board’s Emerging Issues Task Force Issue No. 13-B, Accounting for Investments in Tax Credits; Community Reinvestment Act; Tax Reform; Difficult Development Areas (DDAs); Congressional Budget Office Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Deficit Reduction Plan; Advisory Council on Historic Preservation; Wisconsin Historic Tax Credit; New Markets Tax Credits and Community Reinvestment Act; Novogradac Journal of Tax Credits Renewable Energy Power Awards.
Now in its fourth edition, this booklet is an introduction to the basics of the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program. The Introduction to Low-Income Housing Tax Credits provides a brief but substantive look into the background and structure of the LIHTC. It gives readers an opportunity to learn the LIHTC players, credit types and how they are awarded, how to apply for credits, the role that bonds play, how the LIHTC is calculated, how transactions are financed and how to comply with LIHTC rules. The booklet can be a primer for real estate professionals who are considering entering the world of LIHTC projects or a resource for the new hires at companies that have years of experience investing in, lending to, consulting for or producing affordable rental housing. The fourth edition has been updated to reflect today’s LIHTC landscape and market conditions, including the effect of the prospect of comprehensive tax reform and the minimum 9 percent rate on the LIHTC as well as updates on state caps, compliance regulations and more. Charts and illustrations have also been refined and updated.
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