Federal Tax Incentives for Historic Preservation

Lorman Education Services

#9142905

Monday, March 12, 2018
1 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. EDT

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Overview

The topic will explain how to monetize the tax credits from both the developer and the investor perspective following the recent IRS Guidance, and will conclude with a brief discussion of other tax incentives that can be used in conjunction with HTCs. Gain an understanding of the tax/regulatory rules and structures being used in conjunction with this tax incentive, strategies for monetizing the HTCs to bring needed capital into projects, information how best to use HTCs for both large and small projects, the most up-to-date knowledge regarding Revenue Procedure 2014-12, 50d income issues, the tax transition rules and updates to the program made by the recent tax legislation.

 For further details or to register please visit www.lorman.com/c402200

Resource URL

http://www.lorman.com/c402200

Speakers

Nicholas Ratti

Nicholas J. Ratti • Principal in CohnReznick LLP’s (formerly Reznick Group PC) Real Estate Consulting Practice in Boston, Massachusetts • More than 10 years of experience in the tax credit industry • Currently responsible for developing and evaluating transaction structures, providing tax compliance advice, evaluating tax credit recapture or tax-loss reallocation issues ... Read More

Daniel Kolodner

Daniel J. Kolodner • Partner in Klein Hornig LLP’s Boston, Massachusetts office • Concentrates his practice on community development finance, specifically the use of tax incentives as means for financing community revitalization projects, with a focus on new markets tax credits and historic tax credits • Extensive experience in structuring transactions involving ... Read More

Kathryn Day

Kathryn Galbraith Day • Attorney in Klein Hornig LLP’s Boston, Massachusetts office • Focuses her practice on federal and state income taxation of corporate, flow-through, and tax-exempt entities, as well as individuals • Represents developers, syndicators and investors in federal and state tax credit transactions, including historic, new markets and low-income housing ... Read More

Contact Info

Michelle Shepherd, cecoordinator@lorman.com