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Friday December 2nd, HUD announced that the 2023 income limits will be delayed approximately 6 weeks beyond the normal publishing date of April 1st. More information will follow as it is provided.
October 13, 2022 the 2023 COLA was published at 8.7%. This is the largest increase since 1981.
The IRS has released income averaging guidance to be published on October 12, 2022. Additional information to follow.
HUD has published the 2022 HOME limits and they are effective June 15, 2022. To find your 2022 HOME income limits visit this site: https://www.hudexchange.info/programs/home/home-income-limits/ To find your 2022 HOME rent limits visit this site:...
HUD has announced the 2022 income limits for the MTSP housing programs effective April 18, 2022.
Beginning Friday April 1, 2022, all Spectrum Compliance Applicant File Pre-Approval reports will be issued through our ShareFile portal.
A total of 81 states and cities will be raising their minimum wage in 2022. 44 cities will be raising their minimum wage to above $15.00 per hour. Most of these increases took place the 1st of the new year.
The Social Security Administration has announced the Cost-of-Living Adjustment (COLA) for 2022. Social Security recipients will get a cost of living increase of 5.9%, the largest increase since 1982.
Starting Monday September 6th, an estimated 8.9 million people will lose all unemployment benefits.
On Tuesday August 3, 2021 the CDC Director signed a new eviction moratorium order, temporarily halting residential evictions for nonpayment of rent in counties with heightened levels of community transmission of COVID-19. The order is set to expire on October 3, 2021.
Beginning July 2021, the IRS will start issuing the Advance Child Tax Credit payments.
Written by Deb Bechetti The Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected a plea by landlords to end the CDC moratorium on evicting millions of tenant who aren’t paying rent due to the pandemic. Last week, President Biden extended the moratorium through the end of...