Advocacy

New Federal HTC Talking Points Released

April 17, 2017Category:

Members and Advocates: Please see the attached HTC talking points, detailing the history, background and function of the Federal Historic Tax Credit.  The facts and figures included in the talking points are current as of March 24, 2017. For additional questions, please contact: Historic Tax Credit Coalition | 202.567.2900 | www.historiccredit.com National Trust for Historic Preservation | 202.588.6000 | www.savingplaces.org… Read More » Read More

Take the HTCC Political Relationships Survey

February 10, 2017Category:

The Historic Tax Credit Coalition (HTCC) is conducting a survey of preservation advocates to determine who has connections to federal and state policy makers so we can plan targeted HTC outreach and assess where we may have gaps that need to be filled. Please complete this survey and forward copies of this survey to other Historic Tax… Read More » Read More

HTCC Advocacy Toolkit

February 2, 2017Category:

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… Read More » Read More

Guidance Released to Members on QLIP

October 24, 2016Category:

On September 9, 2016, the Historic Tax Credit Coalition released its guidance memorandum to members on Qualified Leasehold Improvement Property (QLIP) per Section 168 of the Internal Revenue Code.  In an effort to explain confusing language and discrepancies in the Code, the Historic Tax Credit Coalition submitted this guidance document on QLIP to all members.     Summary:… Read More » Read More

HTCC Submits Comments to IRS on 50(d) Income

October 19, 2016Category: /

Today,  the Historic Tax Credit Coalition submitted comments to the Internal Revenue Service on “Income Inclusion When Lessee Treated as Having Acquired Investment Credit Property.”  The Proposed Rule document issued by the IRS dealt specifically with 50(d) income. For your convenience, the request for comment on the Proposed Temporary Regulations under 50(d) may be found below. The Coalition’s… Read More » Read More

New Federal HTC Talking Points Released

April 17, 2017Category:

Members and Advocates: Please see the attached HTC talking points, detailing the history, background and function of the Federal Historic Tax Credit.  The facts and figures included in the talking points are current as of March 24, 2017. For additional questions, please contact: Historic Tax Credit Coalition | 202.567.2900 | www.historiccredit.com National Trust for Historic Preservation | 202.588.6000 | www.savingplaces.org… Read More » Read More

Take the HTCC Political Relationships Survey

February 10, 2017Category:

The Historic Tax Credit Coalition (HTCC) is conducting a survey of preservation advocates to determine who has connections to federal and state policy makers so we can plan targeted HTC outreach and assess where we may have gaps that need to be filled. Please complete this survey and forward copies of this survey to other Historic Tax… Read More » Read More

HTCC Advocacy Toolkit

February 2, 2017Category:

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… Read More » Read More

Guidance Released to Members on QLIP

October 24, 2016Category:

On September 9, 2016, the Historic Tax Credit Coalition released its guidance memorandum to members on Qualified Leasehold Improvement Property (QLIP) per Section 168 of the Internal Revenue Code.  In an effort to explain confusing language and discrepancies in the Code, the Historic Tax Credit Coalition submitted this guidance document on QLIP to all members.     Summary:… Read More » Read More

HTCC Submits Comments to IRS on 50(d) Income

October 19, 2016Category: /

Today,  the Historic Tax Credit Coalition submitted comments to the Internal Revenue Service on “Income Inclusion When Lessee Treated as Having Acquired Investment Credit Property.”  The Proposed Rule document issued by the IRS dealt specifically with 50(d) income. For your convenience, the request for comment on the Proposed Temporary Regulations under 50(d) may be found below. The Coalition’s… Read More » Read More