IRS Rules Plano, Tex., Health Issue Tax-Exempt

Albanese, Elizabeth
June 2001
Bond Buyer;6/20/2001, Vol. 336 Issue 31164, p3
Trade Publication
Reports on the United States Internal Revenue Service's ruling that the revenue bonds issued in 1997 by the Plano Health Facilities Development Corp. on behalf of Texas Health Resources were rightfully tax-exempt. Results of an investigation which showed that the bond were not used for a forward refunding; Amount of the bonds issued for Texas Health Resources' 1997 merger of several Texas hospitals.


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