Historic Abell Building, Baltimore. One of the thousands of historic structures rehabilitated with the federal tax credit.

Upcoming Webinar: Tax Reform and Preservation

04/20/2017
By Preservation Maryland

Beth Bell, Tax Counsel for United States Senator Ben Cardin, will join Preservation Maryland on Tuesday, April 25th to discuss the latest on comprehensive tax reform and how these changes could impact the federal Historic Tax Credit program.

Congressional Insight into Future of Historic Tax Credit

The federal rehabilitation tax credit is responsible for saving hundreds of historic buildings in Maryland and thousands more nationwide. With Congress poised to take up comprehensive tax reform, signals now point to a battle to save the tax credit from repeal.

Beth Bell, Tax Counsel to U.S. Senator Ben Cardin

Over the last 36 years, the credit has created 2.3 million jobs, leveraged $117 billion in investment, and rehabilitated more than 41,250 buildings – all while generating enough in federal revenue to pay for itself. Since 2001, in Maryland this credit has made possible over $1.5 billion in rehabilitation projects in nearly every county. A map of all Maryland projects since 2001 can be found here.

Beth Bell, Tax Counsel for Senator Ben Cardin (D-MD) will join a Preservation Maryland webinar to discuss:

Anyone concerned about the future of preservation or community development should join in on this free webinar.

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