Wednesday, September 22, 2010
The Job Creation and Tax Cut Act of 2010, introduced last week, has several key provisions that would impact tax credits, if it passes. Of particular interest are provisions that would extend the New Markets Tax Credit program for one year, extend the Section 1602 Low Income Housing Tax Credit grant exchange program for one year, and allow New Markets Tax Credits to offset the alternative minimum tax for a limited time. Click here to see the full text of the bill or get a summary of the bill's provisions here.
Friday, September 3, 2010
Last week, the Treasury Department provided a sample annual report for the Section 1603 Renewable Energy Grant program. The cash grant is provided in lieu of renewable energy tax credits for a limited time. Annual reports are required to be submitted under the program for the first five years after the project is placed in service. For more information on the Section 1603 grant program, click here.
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