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Keep Your Paws Off My Positive Arbitrage – “With the Same Power Comes More Responsibility”

The time has come, friends. The Rebate Series ends with this post. At least for a little while. So far we’ve covered the basics of arbitrage and rebate and two key timing-based spending exceptions: the 6-Month Exception and the 18-Month Exception. This party bus now comes to a halt with the Two-Year Spending Exception, the … Continue Reading

Keep Your Paws Off My Positive Arbitrage – “With Great Power Comes Some Responsibility”

Our previous post kicked off our Rebate Series by introducing core concepts and terms. However, for every rule there is an exception. And, as you will learn shortly, for every exception there is an exception to that exception (except when there is not). The next two episodes will focus on the so-called timing exceptions. In … Continue Reading

Keep Your Paws Off My Positive Arbitrage

Reader’s Note: As this is my first post on The Public Finance Tax Blog™ let me provide a necessary introduction. My name is Natalie, an associate with the Public Finance Tax Group here at Squire Patton Boggs. A little bit about me: I have the superhuman ability of not getting mosquito bites; I hate when … Continue Reading
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