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Updates and Notices
2012 Tax Credit Annual Compliance Report request letters and CCPC Part A sent 12/11/2012 to property managers with copy to the owner
2012 Tax Credit Annual Reports: Due 01/31/2013 Web Based Annual Reporting System (WBARS) for 2012 Tax Credit and Combined Funder Annual Reports
Vacancy Report form name changed to Special-Needs Vacancy Report
An Extended Vacancy/Rent-Ready Report form has been created
Purpose: An owners certification that this tax credit project is in compliance with its Regulatory Agreement. This reporting form is due on January 31st for the previous year. This report is sent to owners each year with numbers generated from our database. Owners answer a series of questions regarding their property and must provide an original signed copy with their annual report. Contact the Portfolio Analyst assigned to your property if you need a copy of this reporting form: Portfolio Analyst Assignment List
Purpose: A summary report of rental activity in every low-income unit during the calendar year. Table 1 is completed annually and due January 31st for the previous year.
* Properties with other funders should check their other funders' websites for additional required documentation and/or additional deadlines. The following public funders are currently participating in WBARS for Combined Funder Annual Reporting: Washington State Department of Commerce, City of Seattle, City of Tacoma, King County, and Snohomish County.
Purpose: Table 4 information will be used as an additional resource for the Commission in the underwriting process. Table 4 is completed annually and is due on or before June 30 for the previous year.
The Table 4 report is submitted annually via the Web Based Annual Reporting System (WBARS). *
* Properties with other funders should check their other funders' websites for additional required documentation and/or additional deadlines. The following public funders are currently participating in WBARS for Combined Funder Annual Reporting: State of Washington Department of Commerce, Housing Division; City of Seattle Office of Housing, City of Tacoma CEDD, Housing Development Division, King County Housing and Community Development; and Snohomish County OHHCD.
Purpose: This report is used at properties with special-needs set-aside or
farm work commitment units to assist the Commission in determining if you are
marketing and holding these units properly. This Special-Needs Vacancy Report must be
submitted with the annual report (Part B/Table 1) and is due on January 31st if
the special-need set-aside or farm work commitment has NOT been met at the end
of the previous year. The Special-Needs Vacancy Report can only be used after the units have
been initially rented to special-needs or Farm Work commitment households and
the units are now vacant.
Special-Needs Vacancy Report (PDF) (Word) Rev 06/30/2012 Instructions (PDF) Rev 06/30/2012
Purpose: This report is optional and is intended to be used when a property has units that have not been made rent-ready within 30 days and/or have been vacant for longer than 90 days.
If used, this report should be submitted with the annual report that is due every year on the 31st of January.
Reminder: The IRS has stated that two or three days should be long enough to make a unit rent-ready. The Commission has taken a more reasonable stance and feels that units should be made rent-ready within 30 days.
A unit that is not made rent-ready in the prescribed time-frame can be an instance of noncompliance and is reportable to the IRS.
For further information please refer to Unit Occupancy in the Tax Credit Frequently Asked Questions and Chapter 6 in the 8823 Guide.
Purpose: Properties who provide Commission Farmworker Commitment units need
to complete this form for every qualified household that moves-in during the
calendar year. Most of the information needed to complete this report can be
found on the Household Initial Certification and Instructions form that is
completed when a new Household moves-in to the property. This report will
provide the Commission with information about the population served by the
Commitment and their occupation. The report for the previous calendar year is
due January 31 and the completed Excel Spreadsheet file should be emailed to
email@example.com per instructions.
Move-In Report (Excel) Rev 06/30/06 Excel workbook includes spreadsheet and complete instructions.
Purpose: This report is used by properties with transitional housing or
permanent housing for the homeless set-aside commitments in their Commission Tax
Credit Regulatory Agreement. Properties with these commitments will use
this report to confirm whether or not services are being provided for these
households. This report is due on January 31st for the previous year. A printed
copy of this report on agency letterhead should be provided with the annual
report. An enterable report form and a sample report form are provided
below. Owners may have service provider(s) fill out this report, or
provide a similar report from the service agency as long as all requested
information is included. Any household initially qualifying as homeless
counts toward the Homeless Set-Aside Commitment for as long as the household
remains in the project. We request this information in order to gather
statistics on who is benefiting from and using supportive services in
conjunction with housing. Homeless/Transitional Report (PDF) (Word) Rev
08/2007 Sample (PDF) Rev 08/2007
The Asset Management and Compliance Division requests completed copies of these forms which are filed with the ownership's tax return (except the 8823). Blank versions of IRS forms listed below can be viewed at the IRS website by clicking on "Forms and Publications".
Low-Income Housing Credit Allocation Certification 8609. The Commission issues one form for each building in a project after the building has placed in service and when all allocation and placed in service requirements have been met. Commission completes the top portion. Ownership completes the bottom portion of this form the first year credits are taken. Ownership files this completed form with the Schedule A and the 8586 mentioned below. Commission requests completed copies of Form 8609 the first year tax credits are taken in each building.
8609 (Schedule A)
Statement attached to each 8609 form submitted to the IRS. This form shows the actual amount of credit taken for the specified building during the specified year. Commission requests completed copies of Form 8609 and Schedule A the first year tax credits are taken in each building.
Low-Income Housing Credit Attachment. One form is filed to the IRS annually while credit is being claimed. Form shows the amount of credit claimed for the entire project during the specified year. Commission requests completed copy of Form 8586 the first year tax credits are taken in each project.
Form filed by Commission to report owner's noncompliance with the tax credit program.