Affordable Housing News & Views - March 2019
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New Markets Tax Credit Summit 2019
InsightCompliance Monitoring ChangesAlison HickmanThe IRS published new compliance monitoring regulations (§ 1.42-5) in the Federal Register on Feb. 26, 2019, to amend and clarify requirements related to physical inspections and review of low-income certifications and other documentation. These regulations replace temporary regulations published on Feb. 26, 2016.
InsightCapitol Connection: The 116th Congress - Checking off Support for Affordable HousingExpectations are high within the Affordable Housing industry that we will see a real push for increased resources from the 116th Congress. Whether we accomplish that goal this year or next, the momentum we build in 2018 will certainly benefit us all in this Session.
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InsightCapitol Connection: The 2018 Affordable Housing Year in ReviewBob MossOne year ago, we were absorbing the potential effects of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, recovering from the battle over Tax Exempt Bonds and the Qualified Census Tract reduction attempt, and the fight over the elimination of the Historic Tax Credit.