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Tucked Into the Tax Bill, a Plan to Help Distressed America

/   Jim Tankersley, The New York Times

WASHINGTON — A little-noticed section in the $1.5 trillion tax cut that President Trump signed into law late last month is drawing attention from venture capitalists, state government officials and mayors across America. … By Jim Tankersley, The New York Times Read the full article here.

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It’s time we start using ‘The Investing in Opportunity Act’

/   Stacey Kirsch, The Hill

The recently passed tax bill contains special provisions as it relates to affordable housing. Included with the new tax package is the Investing in Opportunity Act which intends to draw private capital back into distressed communities by providing tax advantages to investors. … By Stacey Kirsch, The Hill Read the full article here.

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The new loophole in the US tax bill that could draw private capital to distressed communities.

/   David Bank, ImpactAlpha

The intention to generate social or environmental benefit is key to impact investing. But a tax break can be an additional incentive. … By David Bank, Impact Alpha Read the full article here.

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LETTER: Rep. Sewell supports bill to help distressed communities

/   John Lettieri and Steve Glickman, Tuscaloosa News

As tax reform moves through Congress with the goal of spurring economic growth, many Americans are still feeling left behind by the economic recovery. Our recent research shows that these anxieties are not misplaced. Economic well-being varies drastically between communities, often blocks apart from one another. One in six Americans are living in distressed communities…

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A path for revitalizing South Dakota’s “Left Behind” Communities

/   John Lettieri and Steve Glickman, Capital Journal

As tax reform moves through Congress to spur economic growth, many Americans are still feeling left behind by the recent economic recovery. Our research shows that these anxieties are not misplaced. Economic well-being varies drastically between communities, often blocks apart from one another. One in six Americans are living in distressed communities nationwide. … By:…

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