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Tax Ruling Offers Welcome Clarification on Spanish Regime for Qualifying Bond Offerings

New tax ruling addresses controversial aspects of the Spanish tax regime applicable to qualifying bond offerings. The Spanish Tax Authorities recently published Binding Tax Ruling V3670-13 (the Ruling), which...more

Post-Issuance Tax Compliance and Continuing Disclosure Responsibilities for Issuers and Borrowers of Tax-Exempt Bonds

Chapter One: Introduction: Why Post-Issuance Compliance? Over the past few years, the tax-exempt bond market has been under heightened scrutiny by various regulators, including the Internal Revenue Service...more

Junior Goes to College! Innovative Strategies to Save for Your Children's College Education with Pre-Tax Dollars

Overview - The cost of college tuition has gone through the roof. The average cost of a private university can range from $40,000-60,000 per year. The cost of a public university is a lot less in most cases except that...more

How the New ‘Fiscal Cliff’ Law Affects the Municipal Bond Market

The American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 (the Act), passed by the Senate and the House and Representatives on New Year’s Day and signed by the President on January 2, 2013, includes several direct and indirect consequences...more

"28% Cap" Unlikely to Trigger Wave of Municipal Bond Tax Calls

Market commenters have suggested that billions of dollars in municipal bonds may be subject to par redemptions if the much-discussed “28% cap” on the value of certain federal income tax deductions or exclusions is enacted and...more

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