Stay Compliant! How to Manage the Latest Income Limits/Utility Allowance Changes & Avoid Costly Errors
This webinar replay will get you up to speed regarding the latest income limits and utility allowance changes and help you decide which options make the most sense for your business. From HUD/HOME to HERA Special to MTSP/LIHTC as well as the recent IRS Revenue Ruling 2020-4, it’ll all be covered and explained.
Participants will be able to:
- Better understand how to select the correct income limits and utility allowances.
- Be prepared to implement income limits and utility allowance changes within the required timeframes.
- Learn how to always avoid the costly consequences of errors and missed deadlines.
Speakers: Scott Michael Dunn, CEO, Costello Compliance, smdunn@costello; Kristin Han, Vice President - Compliance, WNC & Associates, email@example.com
NAHB Continuing Education: 1.0 hours of continuing education credit for the HCCP designation and for the following 12 designations: CAPS, CGA, CGB, CGP, CGR, CMP, CSP, GMB, GMR, Master CGP, Master CSP, MIRM.
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Scott Michael Dunn
Chief Executive Officer, Costello Compliance and Director of Policy, The Costello Companies
Scott Michael Dunn is the CEO of Costello Compliance and the Director of Policy for the Costello Companies. The Costello Companies are developers, builders and managers of affordable housing with clients throughout the country. Mr. Dunn has almost three decades of experience in multi-family housing and holds various specialized certifications related to all major affordable housing programs. Prior to joining the Costello Companies, Scott Michael served as the Executive Vice President of Zeffert & Associates for over a decade where he was responsible for the company’s overall daily operations as well as developing and monitoring the training, compliance and state monitoring divisions.