Changes to tax-credit program may make it a better investment

Resnick, Amy B.
February 1999
Bond Buyer;02/10/99, Vol. 327 Issue 30576, p4
Trade Publication
Focuses on the tax-credit municipal securities plan of United States President Bill Clinton. Plans to improve the bond program's interest rate structure to enhance its ability to attract investors; Background on the federal government's tax-credit bonds.


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