In this webinar, Amanda Lee Gross will discuss new rules regarding non-compliance with the new Average Income Test set-aside. This will include best practices for correcting and preventing non-compliance with AIT regulations.
The new Average Income Test set-aside provides new flexibility and opportunities for owners and investors. However, as exciting as the AIT is, there are still possible issues with non-compliance. As always, the risk of credit loss remains an ever present issue. Knowing how to identify and correct AIT Non-Compliance to avoid credit loss from non-compliance is vital.
Tax Credit (LIHTC) compliance specialists who fully understand the Average Income Test (AIT) set-aside are ready for what's next in the industry. While AIT is still new, affordable housing specialists who are fully versed in AIT will be prepared to take on new challenges and provide advice to people struggling to understand these new rules.
This course is part of our LIHTC Advanced Series and includes 1.5 hours of CE that can be used towards obtaining your LIHTC HCCP Designation.