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Organization
12 Months Ended
Mar. 31, 2012
Accounting Policies [Abstract]  
Business Description and Basis of Presentation [Text Block]

1.      Organization

Boston Financial Qualified Housing Tax Credits L.P. V (the “Partnership") was formed on June 16, 1989 under the laws of the State of Massachusetts for the primary purpose of investing, as a limited partner or member, in other limited partnerships or limited liability companies (collectively, "Local Limited Partnerships"), which own and operate apartment complexes some of which benefit from some form of federal, state or local assistance, and all of which qualify for low-income housing tax credits (“Tax Credits”).  The Partnership's objectives are to: (i) provide current tax benefits in the form of Tax Credits which qualified investors may use to offset their federal income tax liability; (ii) preserve and protect the Partnership's capital; (iii) provide limited cash distributions which are not expected to constitute taxable income during Partnership operations; and (iv) provide cash distributions from sale or refinancing transactions. The General Partners of the Partnership are Arch Street VIII, Inc., which serves as the Managing General Partner, and Arch Street V Limited Partnership.

The Agreement of Limited Partnership  (the "Partnership Agreement") authorized the sale of up to 100,000 units of Limited Partnership interest ("Units") at $1,000 per Unit, adjusted for certain discounts.  The Partnership raised $68,928,650 (“Gross Proceeds”), net of discounts, through the sale of 68,929 Units.  The offering of Units terminated on August 31, 1991.  No further sale of Units is expected.

The Managing General Partner initially designated 4% of the Gross Proceeds as Reserves as defined in the Partnership Agreement.  The Reserves were established to be used for working capital of the Partnership and contingencies related to the ownership of Local Limited Partnership interests.  The Managing General Partner may increase or decrease such Reserves from time to time, as it deems appropriate.  At March 31, 2012 and 2011, approximately $793,000 and $1,142,000, respectively, has been designated as Reserves.

Generally, profits, losses, tax credits and cash flows from operations are allocated 99% to the Limited Partners and 1% to the General Partners.  Net proceeds from a sale of the Partnership’s interest in a Local Limited Partnership or refinancing of a Local Limited Partnership’s debt will be allocated 95% to the Limited Partners and 5% to the General Partners after certain priority payments.  The General Partners may have an obligation to fund deficits in their capital accounts, subject to limits set forth in the Partnership Agreement.  However, to the extent that the General Partners’ capital accounts are in a deficit position, certain items of net income may be allocated to the General Partners in accordance with the Partnership Agreement.