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Search Results: Tax Credits
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Closing the Gap with Brownfields Credits + Tax Increment FinancingMembers only Login
Andy Struckhoff from PGAV presents on tax credits as a source of gap financing.
Introduction to Tax CreditsMembers only Login
Jong Sook Nee & Lillian Plata from Nee Plata Law presents an Introduction to Tax Credits.
Historic Preservation Tax Incentive ProgramMembers only Login
Jong Sook Nee from Nee Plata Law, Bill MacRostie from MacRostie Historic Advisors LLC & Josh Lavrinc from Callay Capital present on historic preservation tax incentive program.
State Tax Credit ProgramsMembers only Login
Kim Smith from Butler Snow LLP presents on state tax credit programs.
Low Income Housing Tax Credit ProgramsMembers only Login
Jessica Smith-Perry from the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh presents on Low-Income Housing Tax Credits program.
Underwriting for Tax-Increment FinancingMembers only Login
Anita Morrison from Partners for Economic Solutions presents on underwriting for tax increment financing deals.
Types of Tax-Exempt BondsMembers only Login
Lauren Mack from Reyes Kurson & Dan Bronfman from Pacific Western Bank present on the different types of tax-exempt bonds.
Investment Tools: Intro to Tax CreditsMembers only Login
Kayla Gross from CohnReznick LLP presents on investment tools in your development finance toolbox.
Summit County & Akron: Introduction to New Markets Tax CreditsMembers only Login
Chris Burnham from the Development Finance Authority of Summit County presents on New Markets Tax Credits
Introduction to New Markets Tax Credit Program
Dick Davies of CohnReznick LLP presents an introduction to the New Markets Tax Credit Program.
The Low Income-Housing Tax Credit: Past Achievements, Future ChallengesMembers only Login
This report, produced by the Urban Institute, explores why LIHTC is a critical part of the housing safety net. The report details how and why the program has succeeded, the challenges it faces, and why the program is more important than ever.
Wisconsin State Housing Tax CreditMembers only Login
The changes and trends in the affordable housing industry have a large impact on Wisconsin communities. Continuing to provide an adequate number of homes affordable to low and moderate income households is increasingly difficult. Luckily, there are...
CDFI Support for Affordable Housing Development in WisconsinMembers only Login
The changes and trends in the affordable housing industry have a large impact on Wisconsin communities. Continuing to provide an adequate number of homes affordable to low and moderate income households is increasingly difficult. Luckily, there are...
Maximizing Rural Opportunities for Businesses and Communities in WisconsinMembers only Login
Urban communities like Milwaukee and Madison are not the only places looking for help to fund economic development. Wisconsin is filled with rural communities and small towns who are also in need of financing strategies. These areas face unique...
Introduction to New Markets Tax Credit ProgramMembers only Login
Kayla Gross of CohnReznick LLP gives basic overview of New Markets Tax Credits in Maryland.
2018 NMTC Progress ReportMembers only Login
This report, produced by the New Markets Tax Credit Coalition, examines nearly ninety CDEs to understand their progress in raising capital, lending, and investing with the NMTC in the wake of the record $7 billion allocation award in 2017.
Angel Investment Tax Credits in Illinois and ElsewhereMembers only Login
Adam Blair with the Economic Development Research Group discusses Illinois’ extension of the angel investment tax credit and how it compares with similar programs in other states that compete for angel investment
State of Illinois Selected Finance and Assistance ProgramsMembers only Login
Victor Narusis with the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity discusses selected finance and assistance programs in the State of Illinois.
National Historic Preservation Tax Incentive Program Booklet
This booklet, provided by the National Parks Service, provides an overview of the National Historic Preservation Tax Incentive Program in general terms only.
Housing Tax Credit Investments: Investment and Operational PerformanceMembers only Login
This report is the seventh in a series of periodic reports issued by CohnReznick LLP that address the performance of properties financed with federal low-income housing tax credits.
Financing Solutions for the Missouri Housing MarketMembers only Login
The changes and trends in the affordable housing industry have a large impact on Missouri communities. Continuing to provide an adequate number of homes affordable to low and moderate income households is increasingly difficult. Luckily, there are a...
Nebraska Job Creation and Economic Revitalization Act: Economic Impact and Creation of Residential and Commercial Space Members only Login
This report has two purposes. First, the current report estimates the economic impact of projects that have utilized the Nebraska Historic Tax Credit (NHTC). Second, this report analyzes the extent to which the NHTC has been utilized in economically...
Historic Preservation: An Overlooked Economic Driver, A Study of the Impacts of Historic Preservation in Rhode IslandMembers only Login
Historic preservation pays dividends for Rhode Island – its economy, its environment, and its quality of life. The pages that follow identify the ways and the means that Rhode Island benefits.
Maryland Department of Commerce: Business Tax IncentivesMembers only Login
Mark Vulcan of the Maryland Department of Commerce discusses state tax credit programs for economic development.
CohnReznick and Miles & Stockbridge: New Markets Tax CreditsMembers only Login
John Dalton with Miles & Stockbridge and Richard Davies with CohnReznick discuss the basic program requirements of New Markets Tax Credits and provide an overview of the use of leverage and the typical leverage structure.
Finance Authority of Maine: State Tax Credit Programs for Economic DevelopmentMembers only Login
Chris Roney of the Finance Authority of Maine discusses state tax credit programs for economic development.
Illinois Housing Development Authority: Low-Income Housing Tax Credit ProgramMembers only Login
Kris Jurmu with the Illinois Housing Development Authority discusses financing solutions for the Illinois housing market.
Ohio Development Services Agency: Historic Preservation Tax CreditsMembers only Login
Lisa Brownell of the Ohio Development Services Agency discusses Historic Preservation Tax Credits in Ohio.
Introduction to Tax CreditsMembers only Login
Frank Hoffman with Ice Miller LLP takes a high level look at tax credit finance and discusses the basics of the tool.
Closing the Gap with Brownfield Tax Credits + Tax Increment FinancingMembers only Login
Andy Struckhoff with PGAV discusses the tax credits as a source of gap finance.
Tax Credits as a Source of Gap FinanceMembers only Login
Tony Smith with SB Friedman Development Advisors discusses tax credits as a source of gap finance.
Tax Credits as a Source of Gap Finance - Ponemah MillsMembers only Login
Kevin Gremse with the National Development Council discusses tax credits as a source of gap finance, going into detail on the Poneah Mills case study.
Understanding Whom the LIHTC Serves: Data on Tenants in LIHTC Units as of December 31, 2015Members only Login
This report summarizes data received from the state housing finance agencies (HFAs) that administer the Low Income Housing Tax Credit. The HFAs are required by the Housing and Economic Recovery Act (HERA) of 2008 to submit certain demographic and...
FY2017 Capital Magnet Fund Awards Members only Login
The fiscal year (FY) 2017 award round is the third round in the Capital Magnet Fund’s history. 40 organizations received $120 million in awards including 52 loan funds, 7 banks/thrifts, 3 credit unions, 2 depository institution holding companies,...
Annual Report of HTC FY 2017Members only Login
Over $5.8 billion in private investment in historic preservation and community revitalization. Along with an estimated 106,846 jobs created in the 2017 fiscal year.
NMTCs Serve Up New Space for Food Business EntrepreneursMembers only Login
For partners in the $17.5 million L.A. Prep project, the recipe for a successful food business accelerator calls for equal parts social philanthropy, economic development and collaborative synergy. L.A. Prep was financed using $16 million in NMTC...
CY 2017 NMTC AwardeesMembers only Login
This report contains information on the calendar year 2017 New Markets Tax Credit allocatees. $3.5 billion in New Markets Tax Credits have been awarded nationally this year.
Intro to Tax CreditsMembers only Login
Dick Davies of Cohn Reznick LLP presents on an introduction to tax credits.
Brownfield Tax Expensing IncentiveMembers only Login
Charles Bartsch talks about brownfields tax credits and how they can help finance economic development finance projects at the CDFA Annual Summit.
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