Housing tax credit provisions survive fiscal cliff compromise

By Leslie Black-Plumeau. Reposted from VHFA’s Housing Matters blog, January 2, 2013. “With greater dissention than in the Senate, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the fiscal cliff compromise bill last night.  Despite considerable debate among House members about a lack of spending cuts, the bill retains a provision fixing the 9% credit rate for Low Income Housing Tax Credit allocations made up to January 1, 2014, according to analysis by the Housing Advisory Group. The compromise bill also extends the New Markets Tax Credit for two years. Read more about the fiscal cliff compromise from the Housing Advisory Group.” Link to Housing Matters website.

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