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In Theaters This Christmas – The Parliamentarian: Slightly Slowing, but Ultimately not Stopping, Passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

Update:  The President signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act into law on December 22, 2017.  On that same date, he also executed the Continuing Resolution passed by Congress that permits the federal government to make expenditures through January 19, 2018.  This Continuing Resolution also suspends the application of the PAYGO law in respect of the … Continue Reading

Final Tax Reform Legislation Saves PABs and Stadium Bonds, Kills Advance Refundings and Tax Credit Bonds

Signaling the end of our six-week ride in a runaway cement mixer, the Conference Committee for the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has released its Conference Report, which represents a compromise version of the House and Senate-passed versions of the Act. Each chamber has the votes to enact the compromise bill; they’ll do it, and … Continue Reading

Random Musings on Reasonable Expectations and on the Big Ten Conference

We’ve previously reported that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has issued eight private letter rulings under Internal Revenue Code (Code) Section 54A(d)(2)(B)(iii) that grant an extension of the three-year expenditure period that applies to an issue of qualified tax credit bonds (QTCBs).  An issuer of QTCBs must reasonably expect on the issuance date of the … Continue Reading

Flashback: The Beastie Boys and Direct Pay Bonds

The Beastie Boys are considered rap pioneers in part for their extensive use of “sampling,” or cutting and splicing the music of other groups into works of their own. In particular, their 1989 album, Paul’s Boutique, was an early leading example of the possibilities of the technique. (There are plenty of interesting copyright questions raised by … Continue Reading

The New Phonebooks are Here!

New private letter rulings are here! The IRS released two new private letter rulings. Neither of them is earth-shattering. In the first, PLR 201445002, the IRS ruled that an authority created by a tribal government is a political subdivision so that it can issue tax-advantaged bonds. In the second, PLR 201445007, the IRS granted a school district … Continue Reading
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