Here is a great list of sites for developers and other professionals interested in learning more about the various federal and state tax credits Schultz Law LLC works with.
- National Park Service In addition to basic descriptions of the 20% and 10% federal historic rehabilitation credits. The NPS site provides annual reports regarding usage of the 20% federal historic rehabilitation credit, including state specific information.
- Historic Tax Credit Coalition Click on “Advocacy” for links to legislation, guidance and even tools and handouts related to federal and state historic tax credits, like this handy summary of available state historic credits.
- Novogradac & Company One of the “Big Two” accounting firms in the tax credit industry. Click on “Resource Centers” to access a treasure trove of information on the historic rehabilitation tax credit, the new markets tax credit, and the renewable energy tax credits.
- CohnReznick The other “Big Two” tax credit accounting firm. Click on “Insights” to access a wide range of tax credit and other accounting resources from white papers to webinars, videos and interactive tools, including this new markets tax credit resource center, which has an awesome NMTC mapping guide to determine if a particular municipal address is NMTC-eligible.
- CDFI Fund The CDFI Fund is the arm of the United States Department of Treasury, which administers the federal new markets tax credit program. Click on your state on this map to see which CDEs in your area received an allocation of new markets tax credits. Then click on each CDE’s name to find contact info and general information regarding the allocation made to that CDE.
- EnergyStar A quick and reliable source for identifying active federal renewable energy credits.
- Louisiana Division of Historic Preservation The “go to” source for questions related to the Louisiana State Historic Tax Credit, including this comprehensive list with maps of all of the qualifying Cultural Districts in the State of Louisiana.
- Texas Historical Commission The “go to” source for questions related to the Texas State Historic Tax Credit, including this handy flow-chart of the application process.