Novogradac 2020 Election Effects on Community Development Tax Incentives [Rec]

This webinar recording addresses how the 2020 election results will likely affect community development tax incentives nationwide.

Original Air Date: November 19, 2020
Duration: 2 hours
Access to Recording Expires: November 19, 2021


Michael Novogradac, CPA
Managing Partner

Peter Lawrence
Director of Public Policy and Government Relations

Karen Destorel
Tax Policy Research Associate, Public Policy

Topics Covered

  • Election results - What effect election outcomes have on:
    • Potential cabinet appointments and federal agency leadership  
      • How nominations are likely affected by which party controls the Senate
    • Regulatory policy – what to expect from a Biden administration, including
      • Community Reinvestment Act
      • Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac
      • Opportunity Zones
    • Significance of control of the Senate floor and Committee Chairs
      • Use of budget reconciliation to avoid Senate filibuster
    • Potential committee assignments

  • Implications on federal community development tax incentives with a deep dive on regulatory action, including
    • Low-income housing tax credits
    • New markets tax credits
    • Renewable Energy Tax Credit
    • Opportunity Zones Incentive
    • Possible New Incentives

Target Audience

All parties involved in community development tax incentives—developers, lenders, investors, government officials, attorneys, accountants, and others.

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