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Bill aims to restore U.S. tax break for advance refunding muni bonds

“The two lawmakers co-chair the Congressional Municipal Finance Caucus, which unsuccessfully pushed to keep advance refunding bonds out of the tax bill” writes Midwest Communications Inc for 95kqds.com. The termination of the tax break for interest earned on the debt is expected to generate $17.3 billion for the U.S. government between 2018 and 2027.The sweeping tax bill signed into law by President Donald Trump in December ended the federal tax break for new advance refunding bonds, which are used to refund outstanding debt beyond 90 days of its call date to take advantage of lower interest rates in the municipal market. Current debt refundings, which are done within the 90-day call date window, remain tax exempt.
 
Source: 95kqds.com



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