New developments in tax credits and incentives
Significant and time-sensitive credits and incentives for investment in low-income communities, energy efficiency and renewable energy
Please join Ernst & Young LLP Tax Credits and Incentives and Climate Change and Sustainability subject matter professionals in a discussion of tax opportunities in federal tax credits and incentives.
Topics to be covered include new developments related to:
- IRC Section 45D New Markets Tax Credit
- IRC Section 179D Energy Efficient Commercial Building Deduction
- Overview and discussion of President Obama's recently proposed "Better Buildings Initiatives" and endorsement of provisions in S. 1637, the Expanding Building Efficiency Incentives Act
- Energy efficiency-related state and local tax and utility incentives
During this interactive webcast, you will learn about the types of projects that might qualify for the New Markets Tax Credit, as well as which organizations should be taking advantage of the IRC Section 179D tax deduction. The webcast will also cover possibilities for the future of the 179D tax incentive and other green building incentives.
Audience participants are encouraged to ask questions throughout the webcast.
Michael Bernier, Ernst & Young LLP, Tax Credits and Incentives Advisory Services, Boston, MA
Dominick Brook, Ernst & Young LLP, Tax Credits and Incentives Advisory Services, LEED-AP, Columbus, OH
Terry Hudgins, Ernst & Young LLP, Tax Credits and Incentives Advisory Services, LEED-AP, Irvine, CA
Paul Naumoff, Ernst & Young LLP, Global and Americas Tax Leader, Climate Change and Sustainability Services and Director of Tax Credits and Incentives Advisory Services, Columbus, OH