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  • LIHTC [Low Income Housing Tax Credit]
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  • LIHTC [Low Income Housing Tax Credit] Amendments
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  • [12/14/2000] [1] [Quality Housing or LIHTC]
  • [12/14/2000] [2] [Quality Housing or LIHTC]
  • [11/05/1993 – 12/03/1997] [Quality Housing or LIHTC]
  • [12/03/1997 – 03/30/1998] [Quality Housing or LIHTC]
  • [04/03/1998 – 02/02/1999] [Quality Housing or LIHTC]
  • [02/05/1999 – 01/13/2000] [Quality Housing or LIHTC]
  • [01/18/2000 – 07/24/2000] [Quality Housing or LIHTC]
  • [07/25/2000 – 12/14/2000] [Quality Housing or LIHTC]
  • [12/14/2000 – 12/21/2000] [Quality Housing or LIHTC]
  • [02/22/1993 – 02/06/1998] [Quality Housing or LIHTC]
  • [03/11/1998 – 12/21/2000] [Quality Housing or LIHTC]
  • [01/12/1998 – 10/14/2000] [Quality Housing or LIHTC]
  • extension education. '. . '. .' . Eliiliinationoftaxwhen forgiving student loans subject to income contingent repayment • Coinmunitjes . Community Development Equity Credit Low Income Housing Tax Credit· Brownfields '. . Better America Bonds Work
  • . .' ',"''''''_ "" ,.._.................\, .... '.,. .•~ ,. , 9. Community Empowerment -- Low Income Housing Tax Credit: Shortly after coming back from recess, Senators Graham and Mack of Florida plan to introduce legislation to expand the Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC). Their bill will be very closely
  • and Collaboration) is designed to encourage large businesses to work with small business owners and entrepreneurs. • Low-Income Housing Tax Credit. Since its creation in 1986, the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) has given states tax credits of $1.25 per
  • , or new business. The one initiative we failed to enact was your proposal to expand the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC). We believe, however, that we have laid the groundwork to secure Congressional approval of this proposal next year. 11. Welfare
  • and provide opportunities to engage iIi community-based service. • Low-Income Housing Tax Credit: A 40 percent increase in "th-e State per-capita cap from $1.25 to $1.75 to create an additional 150,000-180,000 new rental housing" units for low-income
[11/05/1998] (Item)
  • of new opportunities. 6 •' .---,.------------------------------------- Third, we want to make housing everi mote affordable an~ availab_le. That's why we should expand the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit, and build on our commitment to HUD and h,ome
  • THE SUPPLY OF AFFORDABLE RENTAL HOUSING Higher cap on the low-income housing tax credit. The IRS aljocates annually to each State an amount of low-income housing tax credits equal to $ 1.25 per r|sident; the nationwide cap is accordingly $1.25 per capita
  • with Talent-Watts' American Community Renewal Act. • Expanded Low-Income Housing Tax Credit. The FY 2000 budget proposed expanding the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) from $1.25 per capita to ·$1.7 5 per capita at a cost of $1.6 billion over 5 years
  • by reducing barriers to buying a new home. We believe these new initiatives, along with a strengthened Fair Lending Law (which has no budget impact) and a possible increase in the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit would build on your record of providing public
  • whether to make these two tax credits permanent. Affordable Housing and Promoting Homeownership for All Americans 1. Expansion of Low-Income Housing Tax Credit. Last year, you proposed a 40-percent expansion of the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC
[12/05/1997] (Item)
  • BA705429BF02000E00000000000000000000000823010000000B010000C4020000005505000000 '. Automated Records Management System Hex-Dump Conversion December 5, 1997 MEMORANDUM FOR THE PRESIDENT FROM: BRUCE REED GENE SPERLING SUBJECT: Expanding the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) Overview This memorandum details· several
  • INCOME HOUSING TAX CREDIT (LIHTC) PERMANENT, AND LAST YEAR HE FULFILLED THAT COMMITMENT. ENACTED IN 1986 AND ADMINISTERED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY, THE LIHTC AND THE PRIVATE/PUBLIC PARTNERSHIPS IT CREATES ARE PROVEN WINNERS. SINCE ITS CREATION
  • Prosecutors (9) Expanding the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTe) (10) Welfare-to-Work Housing Vouchers THE WHITE HOUSE WASHINGTON December 6, 1991 MEMORANDUM FOR THE PRESIDENT FROM: BRUCE REED MIKE COHEN SUBJECT: Class~Size Reduction Initiatiye
  • the following: In 1993, President Clinton fulfilled his promise to permanently extend the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC), spurring the private development oflow-income housing. This tax credit generates $1.8 billion in private low income apartment
  • : Paul J. Weinstein Jr. ( CN=Paul J. Weinstein Jr./OU=OPD/O=EOP [ OPD 1 ) CREATION DATE/TIME:20-JAN-1998 11:33:58.00 SUBJECT: Child Care and the LIHTC TO: Elena Kagan ( CN=Elena Kagan/OU=OPD/O=EOP [ OPD 1 READ: UNKNOWN CC: Jennifer L. Klein ( CN
  • New York Florida Massachusetts State Summary 21 27 31 37 40 48 CVP Assisted Living Guide V. 56 56 60 62 65 Federal Programs Administered by State Low Income Housing Tax Credits Tax Exempt Bonds Community Development Block Grants HOME 66 66 69
  • that they work with across the country. One the chief tools ,they use to ,finance the construction of low-income housing is theLow'Incom~ Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC)J' which the President , promised to make permanent' law during the 192 campaign and which he
  • Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) $120 million $600 million FY 1999 $30 million Five-Year $150 million Tax Revenue Loss Discretionary Spending Proposal Homeownership Initiative Automated Records Management System Hex-DiJmp Conversion ARMS Email System
  • Stronger, more unified America Fiscal responsibility New Year themes (03/18) (02/12) (01/27) (01/23) (01/15) (01/08) (01/05) BUDGET/TAXES Tax reform Balanced budget Low-income housing tax credit expansion (03/02) (02/02) (01/13) CHILD CARE Economic
  • Construction (5) Teacher Training in Technology (6) . Learning on Demand (7) Education Opportunity Zones (8) Community Prosecutors (9) Expanding the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) (10) Welfare-ta-Work Housing Vouchers ".. ,< , THE WHITE
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  • Refonn Bill) h. Fair Lending Enforcement i. HUD-GSE Home Ownership Partnerships; HUD Pension Fund Investment Partnerships . · j. Pennanent extension LIHTC, Mortgage Revenue Bonds k. HUD Neighborhood and Community Development initiatives: LIFT, Community
  • . • Low-Income Housing Tax Credit: A 40 percent increase in the State per-capita cap from S 1.25 to S I. 75 to create an additional 150,000-180,000 new rental housing units for low-income American families over the next five years at a cost of $1. 7
  • to encourage the development of more affordable housing and has improved assistance for those with acute housing needs. • Lo~lncome Housing Tax Credit. President Clinton fulfilled his promise to pennanently extend the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit, spurring
  • the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC). However, we believe that the ground work has been laid to secure Congressional approval next year for the LIHTC and a longer extension of the WOTC and the WTWTC. Over the next several week, DPC, NEC
[08/25/1997] (Item)
  • for private interests, increases probability that the site will be cleaned up and put into productive use. ~ (1) ;:. 0 0 ... .... < (1) r;;~ ;;1 o· '7' ;:. ~ (JQ (1) 3
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  • They say Archer can't be seen backing down from stalements made to Summers. I I 4. Low Income Housing Tax Credit I Outstanding Issues • TIley propose Q'utting LlHTC in the minimu!p wage bill. '\ ThtS is unacceptable. We should insist that LlHTC
  • -5367 Karl Scholz Deputy Assistant Secretary (Tax Analysis) Sender's Fax Number; Sender's Confirmation Number: 622~0120 Comments/Special Instructions: Attachment: Making ucommunlty Service Areas" in LIHTC Projects Eligible for Credits
[08/05/1997] (Item)
  • dimensions. Community Empowerment -- Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC): This week staff from the DPC and the NEC meet with representatives ofLiSC and the Enterprise Foundation on ways to secure passage of the LIHTC. Legislation that would implement your
  • and investment patterns. The budget proposes funding at $50 million in FY 2000. • Low-Income Housing Tax Credit. Since its creation in 1986, the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) has given states tax credits of $ 1.25 per capita to allocate to developers
  • Low-Income Housing Tax Credit. The FY 2000 budget proposed expanding the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) from $1.25 per capita to ,$1.75 per capita at a cost of $1.6 billion over 5 years. In light of housing shortages in many parts of the country
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  • investment was made possible through the newly pennanent Low~ Income Housing Tax Credit, approved by Congress as part of President Clinton's budge! package. The pennanent credit was difficult to achieve: but well irbrth '"the fight. With more than
  • . Employer Provided Education (Sec. 127) 1.0 IV. Low Income Housing Tax Credit 1.6 V. Climate Change 3.6 VI. Pensions 0.9 VII. Extenders (R&E, WOTC, WTW,etc.) 3.3 VIII. International and Puerto Rico 1.4 5 YEAR COST (IN BILLIONS OF $ ) Long
  • recipients who must relocate in order to find employment: as well as to help address the shortage of affordable housing. (Mandatory) ­ ' . FY 1999: $100 to $300 million Housing: Raise the cap onthe Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) -- A proposal
  • Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC). There is a memo over a Treasury proposing to allow this activity sitting on John Talisman's desk (DAS for Tax policy). Michael believes Talisman will approve next week, P6/(b)(6) I P6/(b)(6) I I Page 1 of6 ARMS Email
[11/13/1998] (Item)
  • --------------------------- Jonathan Orszag 11/13/98 10:13:23 AM Record Type: Record To: Sally Katzen/OPD/EOP cc: Subject: Low-Income Housing/Homeownership The bullet in the memo to the President on new ideas combines the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) and Homeownership Tax
[03/05/1999] (Item)
  • :,­ lbey are ! , ., . Capped Wage Credit, Analogous to th~ Low Income HouSing Tax Credit . . . ,(LmTC), With the UHTC, intennediary organizations'Such as USC act as brokers , , ~o 'market credits and involve investors and developers in affordable housing
  • ) Community Empowerment 36. CDFI Tax Credit ($10 million per year) 37. Microcredit Initiative 0 38. Clean Water, Parks, and Communities Bonds ($200 per year) 39. LIHTC Expansion ($1.6 billion over five years) 40. Homeownership Tax Credit ($500 million over
  • Lending Law and a possible increase in the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) would build on your record of providing public housing tenants with the opportunity to move to neighborhoods with more jobs, better schools, and less crime. The Need
  • and the LIHTC [partial] ( 1 page) 04/02/1998 RESTRICTION P61b(6) COLLECTION: Clinton Presidential Records Automated Records Management System (Email) WHO ([Kagan]) ONBox Number: 500000 FOLDER TITLE: [04/0111998 - 04102/1998] 2009-1006-F ke732 RESTRICTION
[12/12/1997] (Item)
  • ==================== ATT CREATION TIME/DATE: 0 00:00:00.00 TEXT: Unable to convert ARMS_EXT: [ATTACH.D69]MAIL49240554Z.316 to ASCII, The following is a HEX DUMP: HOUSING INITIATIVE Proposal Cost Status Expand Affordable Housing: Raise the cap on the Low Income Housing
[08/13/1997] (Item)
  • . Automated Records Management System Hex-Dump Conversion program are low. Low Income Housing Tax Credit/Mortgage Revenue Bond Program A tax credi t to encourage the private development of low-income housing. As part ofOBRA '93, the LIHTC was made permanent
  • Joblink Project; HUD Section 3 programs). , Tax Credit for Commercial/Business Development in All Distressed Communities: e.g., 5% lTC, analogous to the LIHTC, for opening clusters of retail, commercial and service stores in distressed areas .. Such tax
  • for carbon-saving technology, cducation, the low-income housing tax credit, and laxp~yer bill of rights and simplification provisions. , . '. . or T ax Incentives fl carb on-savmg tee h' no I ogy I I. Energy efficient buildinl,; equipment ($0.3 to $0.6
  • to $3 million (subject to state volume cap). • Expansion of the Low Income Housing Tax Credit to permit use of HOME funds in LIHTC projects. • Tax Credit for Contributions to certain Community Development corporations -- Individuals and companies
  • economic and other data on major Administration economic development initiatives, including CRA reform, Empowerment Zones/Enterprise Communities, CDFI program, reform of Low Income Housing Tax Credit and Mortgage Revenue Bond Program, Public Housing Reform
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  • in the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit would build on your record of providing public housing tenants and other low-income individuals with the opportunity to move to neighborhoods with more jobs, better schools, and less crime. Affordable Housing and Welfare
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  • the success of the low-income hOUsing tax credits. Tax credits could spur private investment to generate Jobs as weIl as provide needed community amenities, such as neighborhood shopping districts. One approach would be 10 pursue a second round of empowerment
  • the' development of more affordable housing and has improved assistance for those with acute housing n e e d s . ' • Low-Income HousilU~ Tax Credit: President Clinton fulfilled his promise to permanently extend the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC). spurring
  • should insure that any proje.±t~based assistance (Including LIHTC) is based ~n the 'Same mixed-income principle and does ~not recreate new low-income , ghettoes. By creatively leveraging federal budget dollars with ihe types of partners described in # I
  • time commitment. Expansion of LowIncome Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) The LIHTC is a tax credit that encourages the private development of affordable housing for low-income persons. As part of OBRA '93, the LIHTC was made perm-anent. DPC andNEC
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  • Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) Section 8 vouchers for home-ownership. homeownership. in FY 98 appropriations. Consider expansion of LIHTC, a tax credit that encourages the private development of affordable housing for low-income persons. DPC andNEC
  • tield. BUILDING BLOCKS OF PILLAR Brownfields Targeted Es.pansion of Low Income Housing Tas. Credit (LIHTC) to encourage the creation of units for people moving out of public housing DESCRIPTION TIME LINE BENEFITS COSTS/FEASIBILITY POLITICAL
[10/14/1998] (Item)
  • in that process. Page 2 of2 ARMS Email System RECORD TYPE: PRESIDENTIAL Page 1 of 1 (NOTES MAIL) CREATOR: Paul J. weinstein Jr. ( CN=Paul J. weinstein Jr./OU=OPD/O=EOP [ OPD 1 ) CREATION DATE/TIME:14-0CT-1998 20:06:20.00 SUBJECT: Get LIHTC since Repubs
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