Commentary: Keep the Low Income Housing Tax Credit

04/9/2013 | Hill, The

Housing advocates Jeffrey Whiting and Ali Solis argue in this opinion piece that members of the House Ways and Means Committee examining the tax code for reform should recommend preservation of the Low Income Housing Tax Credit. The credit has financed more than 2.6 million affordable apartments since its inception in 1986, they write, adding that it supports about 95,000 jobs a year.

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