IRS: Lobbying Could Harm Bond Status

June 2002
Bond Buyer;6/14/2002, Vol. 340 Issue 31407, p1
Trade Publication
Reports the position of the Internal Revenue Service on the lobbying activities of nonprofit organizations with bond-financed facilities in the U.S. Risk to the tax-exempt status of debt; Violation to the tax law governing bonds; Variation on the amount of lobbying among non-profit organizations.


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