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Learn the Basics Housing Tax Credits 101 John Mackey, CPA Reznick Group
General Information (continued)
Development Costs (continued)
Rental Income & Expenses
Rental Income & Expenses (continued)
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Sources and Applications of Funds
Low Income Tax Credit Calculation
Projection of Investment Results upon Sale or Disposition of Project on 12/31/22
Net after Tax Benefit Including Sale or Disposition of Project on 12/31/22
Amortization Schedule – Permanent Loan
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Amortization Schedule – Second Loan
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Amortization Schedule – Other Loan
Amortization Schedule – Other Loan (continued)
Amortization Schedule – Developer Note
Amortization Schedule – Developer Note (continued)
Projected Replacement Reserve
Projected Operating Reserve
Minimum Gain Calculation
Minimum Gain Calculation - Summary
Potential Loss Reallocation due to 704(b)
Potential Loss Reallocation due to 704(b) - continued
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