I recently wrote a post explaining what the low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) is. But how does it actually work? Let’s start by saying you’re a developer, and you want to build a low-income housing project.
Finding options for your child’s education can be challenging to begin with, but living in a rural area can make it even harder.
Since the program’s inception, the low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) has been the federal government’s primary tool for increasing the supply of affordable housing across the nation. The program has become so prominent that 15 states, including Missouri, have implemented their own versions.
On Thursday, September 12, Show-Me Institute Director of Municipal Policy Patrick Tuohey appeared on KCPT's Ruckus to discuss bikes lanes in Kansas City and funding a downtown stadium. Click on the link to view the entire episode.
The Reason Foundation just released its 24th Annual Highway Report, ranking Missouri’s highway system as the third best overall, behind North Dakota and Virginia. This is good news.
Should you need to train for 175 days to be a skin care specialist? How about more than 700 days of training to apply pest control products?
In a recent story in The Kansas City Star about cost overruns for the downtown convention hotel, Steve Vockrodt wrote: