I begin today with two days at the Novogradic New Markets Tax Credit Conference talking about current hot button issues in the industry. The most prevalent is the recently release GAO report “Minority Entities Are Less Successful in Obtaining Awards Than Non-Minority Entities” that attempts to identify reasons for the lack of success. I have [...]
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