Tax Law Logjam Could End

Duff, Susanna
January 2003
Bond Buyer;1/3/2003, Vol. 343 Issue 31545, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on tax legislations including municipal bond provisions that are likely to be introduced in 2003 by the Republican government in the U.S. Expectation of The Bond Market Association from the proposal; Implications of a proposal to abolish corporate alternative minimum tax for taxpayers; Plans of the Department of Treasury and Internal Revenue Service for regulation of the tax laws.


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