Municipal Bonds for America Coalition Statement to Senate Finance Committee Working Groups on Tax Reform

The Municipal Bonds for America Coalition1 (MBFA) appreciates the opportunity to comment on proposals to improve the nation’s federal income tax system as it relates to community development

NCSHA Statement to Senate Finance Committee Community Development and Infrastructure Working Group on Tax Reform

On behalf of our Housing Finance Agency (HFA) members, the National Council of State Housing Agencies (NCSHA) appreciates this opportunity to provide comments to the Senate Finance Committee’

ACTION Letter to House Financial Services Committee Leaders on Increasing Private Sector Participation in Affordable Housing

We provide these comments on behalf of the Affordable Rental Housing ACTION (A Call To Invest in Our Neighborhoods) Campaign, a national, grassroots coalition of nearly 900 organizations and busine

Don't Mess with Our Bonds Coalition Letter to Senate Leaders 3-26-2015

On March 26, 2015, NCSHA joined 50 other organizations in sending a letter to leaders of the U.S.

Don't Mess with Our Bonds Coalition Letter to House Leaders 3-26-2015

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On March 26, 2015, NCSHA joined 50 other organizations in sending a letter to leaders of the U.S.

IRS Revenue Procedure 2015-23

This revenue procedure provides guidance on the United States and area median gross income figures that are to be used by issuers of qualified mortgage bonds and  by issuers of qualifying mort

2015 Congressional Handout - The HFA Difference

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THE NEW CONGRESS has several big decisions to make that will shape our country’s response to our growing housing challenges for years to come.

MBFA Sign-on Letter Urging Congress to Support Tax Exemption for Municipal Bonds

On February 26, NCSHA joined other members of the Municipal Bonds for America coalition in a letter to Community Development and Infrastructure Working Group co-chairmen, Senator Dean Heller (R-NV)

2015 Tax-Exempt Housing Bonds Q&A

Tax-Exempt Housing Bonds Q&A

What are Housing Bonds?

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