Former Senator Bill Frist, M.D. shares his thoughts on how we can best preserve and celebrate our past, while also meeting our communities’ needs for economic investment and job creation, through historic tax credits.
What's The turning of a new year is a time for reflecting on the past while planning for the future, and for me it's become the season when I Iook back on all of the amazing places the National Trust has shared with our supporters through the pages of Preservation magazine. Historic preservation is something that can be described without images, but that only tells half the story. While the importance of a place to our shared history is easy to convey with words, the beauty and vitality of historic landscapes and architecture is best left to photography. Below, I've selected some of my favorite images that were published by Preservation in 2018.this item about? What makes it interesting? Write a catchy description to grab your audience's attention...
Our opinion: Tax credits need scrutiny, not broad brush
Where government budgets are tight — and where aren’t they these days? — lawmakers and others invariably look for places to cut and economize. As they should. Even in more favorable fiscal times, they should.
A total of 257 Federal Historic Tax Credit projects received Part 3 certifications from the National Park Service between fiscal year 2002 through 2016, resulting in over $1 billion in total development.
Blum looks to keep historic tax credits in reform package
Tax reform is expected to be introduced in the U.S. House this week, but details are sparse as to what it will contain. U.S. Rep. Rod Blum, R-1st District, is fighting to ensure one particular provision is included.