Turbo-charged: to increase the power, speed, or performance of something. “Turbo-charged” is an apt description for the historic tax credit which has been the powerful force behind rehabilitation projects for more than 30 years. This issue of the Forum Journal takes an in-depth look at the historic tax credit with articles by developers, attorneys, and a congressman among others. Enhanced features include live interviews, slide shows of tax credit projects, Powerpoint presentations, and links to additional resources.
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