Monetize Your Federal Credits

Monarch Private Capital works with Historic Rehabilitation, Renewable Energy and Affordable Housing federal tax credits.

The U.S. government awards federal tax credit incentives to business owners and developers to encourage the expansion of certain economic industries and projects.  Monarch Private Capital works with three types of federal tax credits: historic rehabilitation, renewable energy and affordable housing.  Monarch Private Capital is well-versed in the nuances of the federal tax credit market which lends itself to a different set of regulations that govern its transferability and monetization for each credit type.

The team at Monarch Private Capital extends a helping hand to businesses in times that monetization of tax credits is desired — or crucial to your project.  Certain types of federal tax credits are transferable and can be freely sold to individuals or businesses to produce capital which you can, in turn, reinvest into your project or business.  Some tax credits are not freely transferable, but not to worry — our team is prepared to help you navigate the usage of a third party to successfully monetize your credits.  Our tax experts will structure transactions to put money back into your pocket.

Monarch Private Capital maintains an extensive network of professional relationships with businesses, corporations and individuals.  The federal tax credit market is complicated, but our team maintains great insight and familiarity with these transactions.  Our tax experts will ensure that a timely transaction will take place and allow you to get back to what matters most: your project.  Monarch Private Capital prides itself on its streamlined monetization of tax credits and its dependable delivery of project funding to our clients.

Federal Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit

The Federal Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit is an incentive available for the rehabilitation of certified historic structures.  The program provides a tax credit equal to 20% of eligible rehabilitation expenditures.

Federal Renewable Energy Tax Credit

Originally created in 1990 through the Revenue Reconciliation Act, these are one-year credits that are accompanied by five years of depreciation, as well as a five-year compliance/recapture regime.  Currently, costs incurred in developing solar energy properties generate credits equal to 30% of qualified energy property expenditures or their fair market value when placed into service.  These credits are typically derived from renewable energy projects which also generate opportunities for favorable public relations.

Federal Affordable Housing Tax Credit

Also known as a Low Income Housing Tax Credit, this credit was created in 1986 as an incentive to develop affordable housing.  The Federal Affordable Housing Tax Credit provides investors a dollar-for-dollar reduction in their federal tax liability for a ten-year period and may be used to satisfy Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) requirements for financial institutions.  The equity raised by the sale of the credits is used to finance construction of the property.



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