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  • Raymond James and BOKF Fund Two Projects

    Raymond James Tax Credit Funds announced it has recently partnered with the BOKF Community Development Fund, a Bank of Oklahoma subsidiary focused on economic development and affordable housing, to provide $6.9 million in low-income housing tax credit (LI

  • IRS: No LIHTC National Pool

    There is no unused low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) carryover for a national pool in 2010, announced the Internal Revenue Service.

  • Challenges Expected from New Congress

    The low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) industry is in for a battle next year as a new Congress takes office.

  • New LIHTC Syndication Firm Forms

    A new low-income housing tax credit syndication (LIHTC) firm has entered the scene.

  • Tawa Looks Ahead as HUD Refocuses on Affordable

    It’s been a busy 14 months for Chris Tawa, to say the least.

  • Boston Financial Closes First Fund

    Boston Financial Investment Management announced the closing of its first low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) investment fund, BF Advantaged Tax Credits I.

  • Long-Term LIHTC Issues Explored

    There are two main points of view about the future investor base for the low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC), according to a new policy brief by the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University.

  • Deficit Commission Leaders Hit LIHTCs, Other Programs

    The elimination of tax expenditures, which includes the tax exemption for housing bonds and the low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC), has been proposed by the co-chairs of the National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform, better known as the D

  • California Releases Proposed Changes

    The California Tax Credit Allocation Committee has released its proposed regulation changes, including the elimination of its small development set-aside, for 2011.

  • Fate of Tax Extenders Bill Remains Uncertain

    Senate Republicans took a stand this week that they will block debate on all legislation in the lame-duck session until the fight over the Bush-era tax cuts and an extension of government funding is resolved.