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OUTLOOK 2014: What's Next for the Historic Tax Credit: Presented by CohnReznick and Nixon Peabody

October 17 - 18, 2013

The Fairfax at Embassy Row
2100 Massachusetts Ave, NW 
Washington, DC

Recent IRS challenges and audits have caused critical instability in the Historic Tax Credit markets. The result: The industry has responded, developing new approaches in consultation with the IRS. Join us at Outlook 2014: What’s Next for the Historic Tax Credit, and hear the people at the forefront of these changes discuss their effects on business, covering topics such as:

  • New troublesome areas to avoid based on IRS litigation and audit activity
  • Up-to-the-minute guidance on the best deal structures
  • Legislative and political challenges ahead
  • Equity market changes in pricing and risk allocation
  • Exit strategies including those to avoid
  • New state tax credit structures reflecting the changed rules

Connect with people who are leading the deals for 2014 as they explore the changing landscape, and create solutions for the new issues you face. Don’t miss this opportunity for cutting-edge guidance, networking, and open discussions with industry authorities.

CohnReznick Speakers Include:

  • Joel Cohn
  • Beth Mullen
  • Mark Einstein
  • Nick Ratti
  • Kayla Gross

For detailed agenda and to register for this event, please click here.

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