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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.
Fiscal Year 2014 Budget; Volcker Rule; Tax Extenders; Tax Reform; EITF 13-B; U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development 2014 Rent and Income Limits; America’s Rental Housing: Evolving Markets and Needs; Stories of Community: 2013 Community Development Corporations Report; CIMS3; Maine Historic Tax Credit; Wisconsin Historic Tax Credit; Federal Courthouses: Better Planning Needed Regarding Reuse of Old Courthouses; Q3 2013 Solar Market Insight Report
In this week’s Tax Credit Tuesday podcast, Michael J. Novogradac, CPA, reveals the new release date for President Obama’s fiscal year 2014 budget and a recent Senate Budget Committee hearing on tax expenditures. In historic tax credit news, he discusses a chief counsel memorandum in which the Internal Revenue Service supports the appellate court’s Historic Boardwalk Hall decision and an Alabama bill that would create a state historic tax credit. In lowincome housing tax credit news, he discusses California’s FY 2013 income limits and its new Hold Harmless policy. In renewable energy tax credit news, he covers a letter from a bipartisan group of senators who have asked the IRS to clarify the production tax credit rules and shares a report that the IRS has set an internal deadline of March 31 to clarify “begin construction.” In new markets tax credit news, he discusses the CDFI Fund’s February Qualified Equity Investment Issuance report.
Recent Testimony About the NMTC; Changes to Historic Preservation Certification Procedures; Second Annual Study on the Economic Impact of Federal Historic Tax Credits; LIHTC Newsletter #44; HOPE VI Grantees; PLR About When the Costs of Structural Components are Eligible for Energy Tax Credits (5/31/2011)