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Register Now for McKonly & Asbury's Spring 2012 Affordable Housing Seminar!

Blog main pic McKonly & Asbury's Spring Affordable Housing Seminar has been set for May 23, 2012 . A. J. Johnson from A. J. Johnson Consulting Services, Inc. will be presenting a full day of training on Low-Income Housing Tax Credit issues. You will remember A. J. if you attended our Spring 2011 seminar and we are pleased to welcome him back. A.J. will be speaking about the IRS Form 8823 and Tax Exempt Bonds.

A.J. will be discussing the Guide for Completing Form 8823 which was effective in October 2009. This part of the seminar will cover all elements of the Guide, including definitions and examples of noncompliance, dealing with over-income households, understanding the risk of not recertifying tenants, traps relating to the use of common area, the General Public Use Rule, and a review of new IRS positions relative to rents and fees. A.J. will also be discussing the basic requirements of the tax exempt bond program, especially with regard to on-site compliance.

This seminar will be held at the Giant Community Center, 3301 East Trindle Road, Camp Hill, PA  17011 from 8:00am – 5:00pm. CPE credits are available and the cost to attend is $195/person, which includes lunch.

Register by e-mailing affordablehousing@macpas.com and indicating you would like to attend or call (717)761-7910 and ask for Diane Clapper.

 

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