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HB 742 Neighborhood Assistance Program; eligibility for tax credits.

Introduced by: David J. Toscano | all patrons    ...    notes | add to my profiles

SUMMARY AS PASSED: (all summaries)

Neighborhood Assistance Program tax credits; eligibility. Creates an exception to the requirement that each affiliate of a neighborhood organization must also meet all program regulations and guidelines as a condition of the neighborhood organization's eligibility for tax credits. Under the bill, the general program requirements for proposals submitted to the Commissioner of Social Services that (i) at least 50 percent of the persons served by each affiliate of the neighborhood organization be low-income persons, (ii) at least 50 percent of the revenues of each affiliate of the neighborhood organization be used to provide services to such persons, (iii) each affiliate also meet the definition of a "neighborhood organization," and (iv) an audit, review, or compilation for each affiliate be furnished will not apply if (a) the neighborhood organization otherwise meets all program requirements and regulations, (b) the neighborhood organization received a fiscal year 2013-2014 allocation of neighborhood assistance tax credits, and (c) no affiliate of the neighborhood organization submits a proposal for or receives an allocation of tax credits for the program year for which the neighborhood organization has submitted its proposal. The exemption from the affiliate requirements is permanent and benefits neighborhood organizations applying for tax credits from the Commissioner of Social Services.


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