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Andrew P. Rubin is a community development and infrastructure finance tax attorney. His practice is focused on helping nonprofits and state, local, and tribal governments finance development and redevelopment projects that support local communities. Andrew Rubin is also a leader in Greenberg Traurig’s nonprofit practice, serving as a trusted advisor to nonprofits. Andrew helps nonprofits serve the public by guiding them through corporate governance, tax financing, and transactional matters.

Andrew’s toolbox includes the full spectrum of tax-advantages financing tools, including tax-exempt bonds, new markets tax credits (NMTC), low-income housing tax credits (LIHTC), renewable energy tax credits (ITC/PTC), historic tax credits (HTC), 45Q tax credits (CO2 sequestration), state and local tax incentives and tax increment financing, and government loan guarantees (BIA, HUD, USDA) that can be used to fund infrastructure, transportation, multifamily housing, community services, health clinics and hospitals, schools, libraries, and renewable energy projects.

Andrew also has a robust state and local tax practice, regularly navigating the complex map of state and local taxes across the Mountain West (focusing on Arizona, Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming), including sales and use taxes, transaction privilege taxes, severance taxes, and Arizona’s speculative builders tax.

The United States Department of the Treasury’s Community Development Financial Institutions Fund (CDFI) on Sept. 1 announced $5 billion in New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) awards with the goal of
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On April 3, 2019, the IRS released Revenue Procedure 2019-17, providing that the general public use requirement of section 142(d) of the Internal Revenue Code (relating to residential rental projects)
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