Rewarding Innovation With Financial And Technical Assistance Posted By: Shelby McCarthy The Presidential Awards will recognize outstanding and innovative programs that provide access to credit, technical assistance, and training to micro-entrepreneurs. Four categories of awards to micro-enterprise development organizations will highlight excellence in program innovation, access to credit, development of entrepreneurial skills, and poverty alleviation. A fifth category will reward private sector, foundation, and governmental support for these micro-development organizations. These non-monetary awards will allow micro-enterprise development organizations to compete for public recognition just as large American corporations now compete for the Malcolm Baldridge Award. And in rewarding the best in the country, the awards program will disseminate information to others about best practices, helping to advance micro-enterprise development more generally. Awards will be presented for the first time this fall. On a broader front, let me say that these initiatives, from investing in human capital to improving access to capital, are enormously in the interest of all Americans, looked at from a purely hardheaded and business-like perspective. Simply put, I think this nation will fall far short of its full economic potential for all Americans unless our cities and distressed rural areas are healthy.economics politics economics Low Income Housing Tax Credit Posted By: Patrick O Connor Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC or Housing Tax Credit) program has been made a permanent element of chapter 42 of the Federal Income Tax Code. Owners of Low Income Housing Tax Credit Properties receive tax credits for a portion of the construction/renovation cost. Tax credits can be used to directly reduced federal income taxes. (Tax deductions reduce taxable income and thereby indirectly reduce income taxes.) Provisions of the Low Income Housing Tax Credit program require a market study be prepared as part of the application process administered by the state. (Each state in the U.S. receives a defined proportion of tax credits. A state department administers the program in each state. There are typically applications for at least three times the volume of tax credits available. Credits are allocated by the state department.) Low Income Housing Tax Credit market study requirements vary from state to state. In addition, they tend to change from year to year. Over the past 15 years, the market study required for Low Income Housing Tax Credit properties has become much more detailed. A Low Income Housing Tax Credit market study covers all issues in a typical market study.Low income housing tax credit LIHTC housing tax credit Low income housing tax credit Low Income Housing Tax Credit Market Studies And Appraisal Posted By: Pat O Connor Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC or Housing Tax Credit) program has been made a permanent element of chapter 42 of the Federal Income Tax Code. Owners of Low Income Housing Tax Credit Properties receive tax credits for a portion of the construction/renovation cost. Tax credits can be used to directly reduced federal income taxes. (Tax deductions reduce taxable income and thereby indirectly reduce income taxes.) Provisions of the Low Income Housing Tax Credit program require a market study be prepared as part of the application process administered by the state. (Each state in the U.S. receives a defined proportion of tax credits. A state department administers the program in each state. There are typically applications for at least three times the volume of tax credits available. Credits are allocated by the state department.) Low Income Housing Tax Credit market study requirements vary from state to state. In addition, they tend to change from year to year. Over the past 15 years, the market study required for Low Income Housing Tax Credit properties has become much more detailed. A Low Income Housing Tax Credit market study covers all issues in a typical market study.low income housing tax credit studies and appraisals. low income housing tax credit studies and appraisals. Low Income Housing Tax Credit Market Studies And Appraisal Posted By: Patrick O Connor Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC or Housing Tax Credit) program has been made a permanent element of chapter 42 of the Federal Income Tax Code. Owners of Low Income Housing Tax Credit Properties receive tax credits for a portion of the construction/renovation cost. Tax credits can be used to directly reduced federal income taxes. (Tax deductions reduce taxable income and thereby indirectly reduce income taxes.) Provisions of the Low Income Housing Tax Credit program require a market study be prepared as part of the application process administered by the state. (Each state in the U.S. receives a defined proportion of tax credits. A state department administers the program in each state. There are typically applications for at least three times the volume of tax credits available. Credits are allocated by the state department.) Low Income Housing Tax Credit market study requirements vary from state to state. In addition, they tend to change from year to year. Over the past 15 years, the market study required for Low Income Housing Tax Credit properties has become much more detailed. 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