Muni exemptions' price tag put at $25 billion for 2000

Ferris, Craig T.
February 1999
Bond Buyer;02/02/99, Vol. 327 Issue 30570, p7
Trade Publication
Reports that the tax exemption for the interest paid on all municipal bonds will cost the United States government an estimated $25.1 billion in fiscal year 2000, according to President Bill Clinton's fiscal year 2000 budget plan estimates. Source of most of the revenue loss; Breakdown of the overall projections; Tax exemption for public-purpose bonds; Cost of municipal debts.


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