Details from the conference website
CARH’s national conference features industry experts and government officials who will present the latest information on regulations, pending legislation, business practices, and trends that impact the industry and your business. The sessions will revolve around the theme, “Mastering the Challenges: Opportunities for the Future.”
Energy Tax Credits—Financing Renewable Energy in 2023
9:45 - 10:45 a.m.
Forrest Milder, Speaker
The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 became law this past August, providing among its wide-ranging provisions new benefits for investment in solar, wind and other energy technologies. This panel of experts will review the Investment Tax Credit, Production Tax Credit, related tax-exempt debt issues, sales of tax credits, and bonus credit rates.
Year 15: Dealing with Expiring Housing Credits when Rural Development Restrictions Remain
10:45 - 11:45 a.m.
Rebecca Simon, Speaker
The Housing Credit program has been a tremendous success and is a tool for housing preservation as well as production. There is an expanding group of properties reaching the end of their initial compliance period—Year 15. This panel will explore issues as a property reaches Year 10 and the end of Housing Credits for the investor (in most cases) and Year 15 when both credits and recapture issues end and properties enter the extended use period, just as building components often start to show their age. General Partners and Investor Limited Partners confront exiting issues and strategies during this time period as exit strategies and long term planning are implemented or adjusted. Re-syndication issues and tax consequences of such transactions will also be explored.
Breaking News from Our Nation’s Capital
1:15 - 2:15 PM
Monica Sussman, Speaker
CARH’s legislative team. Learn how the midterm elections will impact the affordable rural housing industry. Will a divided Congress with new leadership, particularly in the House of Representatives, be able to enact any major initiatives? The team will review legislative accomplishments during the last year and look ahead to the First Session of the 118th Congress. Senior members of the Executive Branch tend to leave administrations in the final months. Will this happen with the Biden Administration and will these departures impact policy going forward?
For more information or to register, visit the conference website.