Tax Credit Specialist

Company Name:
Iverson Solutions, LLC.
Duties & Responsibilities
Maintain courteous communication with applicants, residents, and representatives of other companies
Follow guidelines of LIHTC (Low-Income Housing Tax Credit) and Regulatory Agreements to keep the property in compliance
Accurately calculate income and assets to ensure compliance for Tax Credit properties
Conduct initial, annual and interim certifications and recertification's in a timely manner
Obtain 3rd party verifications
Accurately update quarterly and annual reports for regulatory agencies
Maintain and support Tax Credit database
Type letters and memos as needed
Other tasks as assigned
High school education
Must have LIHTC certification (Tax Credit Specialist - TCS, Low Income Housing Tax Credit Compliance - TaCCs, Certified Credit Compliance Professional - C3P, etc.)
Experience calculating various types of income and assets to properly determine gross income
Has experience working with more complex assets beyond simple checking and savings accounts: Ex: Life insurance policies, IRAs, 401k/403b, stocks, bonds, etc.
Experience reading financial statements to determine the cash value of the account, if there are periodic payments being made from the account, and what type of earnings the account has (if any). Ex: 401K statement - knowing the difference between the total value vs. the cash/vested amount, Ex: IRA statement - review to ensure monthly/quarterly payments are not being made from the account, determine if the account is earning interest/dividends
Accurate use of calculator
Familiarity of Section 42 and 8823 Guide
Knowledge of HUD guidelines HU
Familiarity of HUD Handbook
Neat and well-groomed at all times
Ability to work with and understand persons of all ethnic and family backgrounds and understand the problems of residents
Ability to assist the Manager of Operations and Tax Credit Support Specialist in the performance of their duties

Direct hire, with benefits.

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