Articles & Updates

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Articles and Updates from LeadingAge

  1. Congress Questions HUD, Providers on Deadly Fires

    On January 13, House Committee on Financial Services Congresswoman Maxine Waters (D-CA), and several members of the Committee, including ...

  2. Interview with Dr. David Grabowski January 12, 2022

    Dr. David Grabowski, Professor of Health Care Policy in the Department of Health Care Policy at Harvard Medical School, joined the January 12, 2022 LeadingAge Coronavirus Update Call. He responded to questions from Ruth Katz and from callers. Here is a summary of the conversation: Q: ...

  3. Bill Would Invest in Aging Services Research, Evaluation, Innovation

    On January 11, Senators Angus King (I-ME) and Bob Casey (D-PA) introduced legislation that makes research to improve aging programs a priority. The Innovations in Aging Act makes investments in the Administration for Community Living (ACL) Research, Demonstration and Evaluation Center for the Aging Network (the Center). ...

  4. IRS Extends Various Housing Credit Deadlines

    On January 10, the IRS issued Notice 2022-05 on the Low Income Housing Tax Credit program to extend previous relief for the 10% test for carryover allocations, the 24-month minimum rehabilitation period, the placed-in-service deadline, and other extensions related review of tenant files, physical inspections, ...

  5. Bonus Program, Recruitment and Retention Efforts Support Frontline Workers

    Nonprofit aging services providers are staffed by frontline employees who have made remarkable sacrifices during the last two years–serving residents and clients despite COVID-19, long hours, workforce shortages, and mental and emotional stresses caused by the pandemic. United Methodist ...