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Federal Taxation of Municipal Bonds Deskbook – November 2019 Edition Available

The newest edition of LexisNexis Pub. 22520, Federal Taxation of Municipal Bonds Deskbook has been sent to subscribers and is now available online at the bookstore for purchase. The Deskbook gathers a selection of the most commonly used IRC sections and applicable regulations dealing with municipal finance, as well as the most relevant statutory and legislative history cites for each section, SLGS regulations, and important revenue procedures. The November 2019 edition has been updated to include: Final Treasury Regulation § 1.147(f)-1 regarding the public approval of private activity bonds; Final Treasury Regulation § 1.148-1(e) regarding investment-type property and the exception for certain capital projects; Final Treasury Regulation § 1.148-11 regarding investment-type property; Proposed Regulation § 1.150-3 regarding retirement standards for state and local bonds; Proposed Regulation § 1.1001-3(a)(2) regarding qualified tender bonds; Rev. Proc. 2019-17 regarding Qualified Residential Rental Projects to Use Certain Group Preferences for Tenants; and Notice 2019-39 regarding current refundings for certain targeted State, Local, and Indian Tribal Government Bond Programs.

Call for Authors!

The NABL Publications Committee is calling for authors to work with a team to produce scholarly articles and commentary on public finance topics.  If you have an idea for an article or want to volunteer to be a part of a writing team, contact the committee via email at publications@nabl.org. The committee will work with you to develop the topic, assemble an author group (if needed) and pitch the work for publication. 

Need Ethics Credits?

On Wednesday, December 11, 2019, NABL will host a live webinar entitled, “Ethics- Conflicts, Competence and Confidentiality” from 1-2:30pm Eastern.. Andrew Kintzinger, Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP, and Keirston Woods, Bryant Miller Olive PC, will serve as the panelists. They will discuss the latest trends in how bond counsel can be exposed to professional liability and how losses may be prevented. Emphasis will be given to understanding current and ever-expanding bases of liability under the Model Rules, recent ethics decisions, industry standards, Treasury guidance, and SEC Enforcement actions. The webinar costs $195 for members and $295 for nonmembers. Register by December 10 at 5pm ET. 
 

NABL U Now Year-End CLE Credit Opportunities 

Do you need CLE credits before the end of your state reporting year? NABL U Now has added nine recorded sessions from The 2019 Workshop. NABL members can buy them individually for $79 or all nine for $699. NABL U Now also offers many other opportunities to earn CLE including: the “201 Seriesof webinars, ten recorded sessions from The Essentials 2019, Living with 15c2-12 Amendments webinar, and a two-part teleconference, Alternatives to Advance Refundings. The best part about NABL U Now is that you can listen to a presentation and earn CLE credit whenever and wherever your schedule permits.
 

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