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Real Estate Development Tax Credits: Using Tax Incentives to Develop Challenging Projects
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9/23/2014
When: 9/23/2014
1:00 PM until 2:30 PM

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Learn how to monetize common tax credit incentive programs for real estate development, and get updates on recent legislative/judicial developments.

This live webinar seeks to give an overview of the most common tax credit incentive programs for real estate development, including The Federal Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit, New Markets Tax Credits (NMTC), Low Income Housing Tax Credits.
This live webinar will start with the basic tax and regulatory framework for these tax incentives. We will also explore the basic deal structures being used today, as well as discuss potential stumbling blocks, including recapture risks. The program will explore how to monetize the tax credits, and will conclude with a brief discussion of other tax incentives that can be used in conjunction with these incentives as well as information on recent legislative/judicial developments.
At the conclusion of this live webinar, you will have an understanding of the tax/regulatory rules and structures being used in conjunction with these tax incentives, strategies for combining these tax incentives to maximize potential benefits, as well as information of how best to use these tax incentives for both large and small projects.

Learning Objectives
• You will be able to describe the basic terms and transaction structures for historic tax credit projects, new markets tax credit projects,and low income housing tax credit projects.
• You will be able to discuss the accounting framework for these tax credit transactions.
• You will be able to identify associated state tax credits programs.
• You will be able to recognize methods to combine multiple tax incentives in the same transaction.



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