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The household spending response to the 2003 tax cut: evidence from survey data

The Jobs and Growth Tax Relief and Reconciliation Act of 2003 has been described as textbook fiscal stimulus. Using household survey data on the self-reported qualitative response to the tax cuts, we estimate that the boost to aggregate personal consumption expenditures from the child credit rebate and the reduction in withholdings raised the average level of real GDP in the second half of 2003 by 0.2 percent and by 0.3 percent in the first half of 2004. We also show that households in the survey were well aware of their tax cuts and tended to spend equally out of the child credit rebate and ...
Finance and Economics Discussion Series , Paper 2005-32

Journal Article
Case study from application to construction: Clearinghouse CDFI puts new markets tax credits to work

Two Community Development Financial Institutions share their stories of how they created CDEs and successfully applied to the CDFI Fund for NMTCs. Both financed innovative projects with their tax credits. In these two articles, they share their experiences and lessons learned in applying for and using tax credits to make community-enhancing investments.
Community Development Innovation Review , Issue 1 , Pages 37-42

Journal Article
Earned Income Tax Credit: Bank One program helps low-income taxpayers

Many low-income working families are unaware that they can receive up to $4,140 in tax credits under the IRS' Earned Income Tax Credit program. Others file with commercial tax preparation services that charge not only a fee for the tax preparation and electronic filing but also high interest on refund anticipation loans. Bank One stepped up with a volunteer program to assist low-income people in preparing their tax returns and claiming the EITC. The bank also helped the filers open bank accounts so they could get their refunds by direct deposit.
e-Perspectives , Issue 4

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The New Markets Tax Credit Program: will it live up to its potential?

Because many small businesses in isolated inner-city or rural locations are cut off from mainstream capital networks, a new conduit for channeling equity capital is needed?patient capital that can be used to grow a business and manage risks in less diversified economies. Many believe the New Markets Tax Credit Program, which aims to stimulate $15 billion in private equity investment in low-income communities, can provide such a conduit. While the program has many strengths, it is still too early to tell whether it will live up to its promise because the initial investments are just beginning ...
Community Reinvestment Forum , Issue Fall , Pages 1-20

Journal Article
Community perspective: is the NMTC making a difference in low-income communities?

Mr. Armistead has been an advocate for low-income communities for over 20 years and has extensive experience working with a wide network of community development practitioners. He has tapped that network, in addition to case studies of NMTC projects, in an effort to answer the question of whether this program is helping low-income communities.
Community Development Innovation Review , Issue 1 , Pages 13-20

Journal Article
Would a research tax credit be a good investment for Texas?

Southwest Economy , Issue Mar , Pages 1-7

Journal Article
Investor perspective: how to invest in NMTCs

Wells Fargo Bank has over $1 billion in its community investment portfolio and is one of the country?s leading investors in NMTC. This article is a practical analysis of how to target and underwrite NMTC investments.
Community Development Innovation Review , Issue 1 , Pages 33-36

Journal Article
Texas housing on bumpy road after stimulus effects fade

Texas? housing sector remains in the doldrums following demand spikes in 2009 and 2010 aided by the homebuyer tax-credit program. When the federal government first offered the incentive in mid-2008, Texas home sales and construction were in a rapid descent that began with the U.S. housing crisis and accelerated when the state joined the nation in recession. As part of broader housing measures, a series of three homebuyer tax credits sought to reduce bloated inventories and arrest free-falling home values?a condition felt more profoundly at the national level than in Texas.
Southwest Economy , Issue Q2 , Pages 3-7

Working Paper
The cost of capital, the desired capital stock, and a variable investment tax credit as a stabilization tool

This study considers the potential of a variable investment tax credit to relieve the pressure of a contracyclical monetary policy on the housing and State and local government sectors.
Working Paper , Paper 73-03

Journal Article
New Markets Tax Credits: the next tool for community development financing

e-Perspectives , Issue 2


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