De minimis remains a question mark as administration joins in tax talks

Stanton, Michael
July 1997
Bond Buyer;07/24/97, Vol. 321 Issue 30194, p5
Trade Publication
Reports on US Congressional Republicans' deliberations over whether to back a tax-law change that would discourage corporations from buying municipal bonds. Fate of the two-percent de minimis exclusion; Opening gambit in negotiations with the Clinton administration; Types of municipal bonds affected by the proposals.


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