IRS: Issuers Should Avoid Controversies

Wisniewski, Mary
August 2000
Bond Buyer;08/08/2000, Vol. 333 Issue 30949, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on United States Internal Revenue Service (IRS) executive Mark Scott's speech at the 2000 meeting of the National Association of State Treasurers. Call for state treasurers to question their bond counsel when embarking on deals; Solicitation of a private-letter ruling from the IRS before commencing a deal.


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