Montana to Ponder Simplifying Arcane Tax Structure

Finestone, Deborah
October 2000
Bond Buyer;10/19/2000, Vol. 334 Issue 30999, p6
Trade Publication
Reports the proposal of the Montana Legislature for Arcane tax structure and debt limit. Details of the assessed valuation system of tax collection; Account of the proposed debt limit for cities and counties; Information on the water and sewer revenue bond and Missoula High School District ratings of Moody's Investors Service.


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