It is with great pleasure to announce that Warren Kirshenbaum, Founder and President of Cherrytree Group, is one of the nominees for the 31st annual Ernst and Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year Award, as part of the New England Region’s nominating process.
Most people agree renewable energy is a field that holds great promise for entrepreneurs and energy/technology companies. But how can an investor — be it an equity firm, institutional manager or individual — prudently take advantage of the rapid growth in this field without becoming immersed in the risks undertaken by investing in the underlying technology itself?
For some, Tax Credits can be the IDEAL Investment!
Once a year we all get that cringeworthy feeling when we need to write a check to the IRS. As real estate professional or an investor with passive income we all know that feeling of … “Where did my money go?”
Did you know?
The Massachusetts Department of Revenue offers a 50%, dollar for dollar, tax credit towards the eligible costs incurred for the remediation of a brownfields site?
At this point in the fourth quarter of any given year, businesses and their principals are beginning to consider — and to plan for — their 2016 tax liabilities.
Following the release in late July of Proposed and Temporary Regulations by the IRS on the long awaited 50(d) issue that affects the structuring of historic tax credit transactions, Novogradac's 2016 Historic Tax Credit Conference on September 20-22 was certainly a well timed event. The Conference, which was very well attended, covered the 50(d) issues, as well as other pertinent tax credit issues. I attended the Conference and felt that it was a well presented, thought provoking, and beneficial industry event. The City of Cleveland, and it's people are very welcoming, the revitalized downtown area was comforting and warm. It was good to see colleagues and friends from the tax credit industry, to re-connect with others, and to share some laughs, good food and wine.
The second of the Cherrytree series of blog posts designed to highlight some recent tax credit news.
Rehabilitating a historic property requires strict compliance with more building regulations than would be necessary for ground-up construction. Although a historic rehabilitation involves increased costs, a developer can secure both state and federal tax credits that, when combined, can recover up to forty percent (40%) of the construction budget. So, how can you use these incentives to aid your next financial project?