Income & Assets Verification & Calculation
Income & Assets Verification & Calculation This course provides concentrated instruction over a full day on the required methodology for calculating and verifying income and assets and is applicable to all federal housing programs, including the low-income housing tax credit, tax-exempt bonds, Section 8, Section 515, HOME and Public Housing. A comprehensive discussion of employment income is a major part of the training, along with military pay, pensions/social security, self-employment income and child support. A full discussion of asset verification and calculation is included and the course concludes with multiple workshop problems. These problems test what the student has learned during the discussion phase of training and serve to reinforce HUD required techniques for the determination of income from all sources. A calculator (battery-operated) is required for this course. Registration/Payment Deadline: September 9, 2019 On-site Check-In/Registration: 8:30a.m. Instruction: 9:00a.m. – 4:00p.m. Provided: Course book/materials; light morning refreshments and lunch Bring with you: Pencil/pen, highlighter, battery-operated calculator (cell phone calculators acceptable).
REGISTRATION/FEE PAYMENT & CANCELLATION POLICY
**Registration and registration fee payment must be received by the posted registration deadline. Registration fees may be refunded less a $50 cancellation charge if the cancellation notice is received in writing via email to email@example.com by the registration deadline. Non-payment of the fee by the due date does not cancel your registration. No refunds are provided after the registration deadline however substitutions are allowed at any time prior to the start of the event. All no shows will be responsible for the payment of the full registration fee. Certificates of attendance will be held until full/correct payment is received. Non-payment of fees may result in registration refusal for future events. Corrective invoices will be issued to non-members registering/paying at the member rate and the balance due must be paid by the event date. A $50 late payment fee will be assessed on all payments received after the registration deadline.
TICKET COST: $100.00 – $125.00
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