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Hot Topics in Housing Credit Compliance (AC19)

Published on October 18, 2019

NCSHA Annual Conference

Understand the new income averaging minimum set-aside election, more stringent IRS requirements for site visits and physical inspections, the impact of recent income limit and utility allowance changes, and new strategies for maintaining compliance in the Housing Credit extended use period. Learn about NCSHA’s efforts to work with IRS to reduce the compliance monitoring burden on state agencies.

DISCUSSION LEADER
Timothy Veenstra, Director, Asset Management | Illinois Housing Development Authority

PARTICIPANTS
Stephanie Naquin, Multifamily Compliance | Novogradac & Company LLP
Jennifer Schwartz, Director of Tax and Housing Advocacy | National Council of State Housing Agencies
Wendy Smith, Deputy Executive Director, Housing Production and Programs | Kentucky Housing Corporation

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