Advocacy

HTCC Lobbying Toolkit

February 2, 2017

As President Donald Trump and congressional Republicans contemplate tax reform, the federal Historic Tax Credit (HTC) program faces an uncertain future. Since former Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, Dave Camp, introduced sweeping tax reform legislation in the 113th Congress that proposed to eliminate the HTC, many influential lawmakers and key tax reform proposals have counted the credit out.

If we are to ensure historic tax credit is enhanced in tax reform and not weakened or eliminated, we need your help!

Please use the documents compiled in this “advocacy toolkit” when advocating for the preservation and improvement of this vital credit.

In addition to the advocacy documents listed above, please also utilize the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s Preservation Leadership Forum’s toolkit. This webpage houses valuable HTC impact maps that can be used to demonstrate the ability of the HTC to change main streets and the cores of cities across the country.

Novogradac and Company has also produced a useful mapping tool you may utilize to create a map of your hometown or congressional district in order to augment your advocacy.

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HTCC Lobbying Toolkit

February 2, 2017

As President Donald Trump and congressional Republicans contemplate tax reform, the federal Historic Tax Credit (HTC) program faces an uncertain future. Since former Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, Dave Camp, introduced sweeping tax reform legislation in the 113th Congress that proposed to eliminate the HTC, many influential lawmakers and key tax reform proposals have counted the credit out.

If we are to ensure historic tax credit is enhanced in tax reform and not weakened or eliminated, we need your help!

Please use the documents compiled in this “advocacy toolkit” when advocating for the preservation and improvement of this vital credit.

In addition to the advocacy documents listed above, please also utilize the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s Preservation Leadership Forum’s toolkit. This webpage houses valuable HTC impact maps that can be used to demonstrate the ability of the HTC to change main streets and the cores of cities across the country.

Novogradac and Company has also produced a useful mapping tool you may utilize to create a map of your hometown or congressional district in order to augment your advocacy.

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