At MHA, we work with clients every day who are preserving the architectural legacy of places across the country. In most cases, historic tax credits are a vital part of the process. These incentives are often hard won, and those of us that care about architectural heritage are thankful for the many men and women who spend endless hours to advocate on behalf of state programs to ensure the economic benefits of these programs that benefit not only developers of historic places but the communities they serve.
In the November issue of the Novogradace Journal of Tax Credits, MHA partner Albert Rex and other advocates share their perspectives on how state historic tax credits come to be using the recent North Carolina victory as a case study.
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