IRS Dismayed Over Issuers' Silent Ways

Kinnander, Ola; Hume, Lynn
April 2001
Bond Buyer;04/26/2001, Vol. 336 Issue 31126, p1
Trade Publication
Reports the disappointment of Internal Revenue State (IRS) official Charles Anderson over the lack of disclosure on adverse audit letters in the United States. Penalty for bonds violating the tax law; Need for bond issuers to close agreement discussions; Relevance of IRS adverse determination letters to investors.


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