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March 20 - 21, 2014 •The Four Seasons Hotel • Washington, DC

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Conference Overview

Presented by:

Historic Tax Credit Coalition

The groundbreaking Historic Boardwalk Hall Revenue Procedure issued by the IRS on December 30 has changed the tax credit industry forever. Its new rules on what investors can and cannot do as partners are rippling through all tax credit investments. The magnitude of the changes is still not completely known. Join us in Washington, DC, where industry experts and government officials will provide insights and direction into the Historic Boardwalk Hall guidance and how it will affect new developments under way now. In addition, we’ll explore what’s new and what’s next when it comes to tax credits and community finance — especially for businesses that develop property using government incentives.

By attending the conference, you’ll learn about new opportunities, changes to existing programs, and the ways your developments may be affected. Throughout the 1.5 days, we’ll engage in high-level discussions on the following topics:

  • Now that the IRS has spoken regarding Historic Boardwalk Hall, what’s next??
    • How the IRS guidance changes the rules on investors and developers in all types of tax credit transactions
    • Specific impacts on Historic Tax Credit structures and transactions
    • How other tax credit industries are reacting—renewable energy and new markets tax credit industries, in particular
    • How the guidance changes how state tax credits are combined with federal credits in projects
  • What’s new from the New Markets Tax Credit program and the CDFI Fund?
    • How you can access the Bond Guarantee program for community development and housing.
    • The newest techniques for using New Markets Tax Credits for small business lending.
    • Bond Guarantee program for community development and housing
  • What’s new from the housing credit world?
    • Preferred structures for investor exits
    • How developers are combining RAD with tax credits
    • The IRS’s new guidance on Developer Fees? Once again, a change
  • What’s next for HUD policies and appropriations: How will developers’ fortunes change?
  • What new legislation is being considered by Washington?

Don’t miss this opportunity for open discussions with industry authorities and a chance to connect with business and professional colleagues to explore the changing landscape of the industry. Register today!

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