Tax Increment Financing (“TIF”) Bonds

Bonds are special obligations secured by incremental increases in Tax revenues paid by users of developed property or by general increases in taxable values within a designated tax increment area. The Taxes involved are usually Ad Valorem Property Tax, although some states may permit the use of sales taxes or hotel occupancy taxes. State laws specify the mechanism and process for the implementation of Tax Increment Financing.

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Learn more about the various types of municipal obligations you may encounter.

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Ad Valorem Taxes

A tax based on the assessed value of an item, such as real estate or personal property.

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Issue Price

A term defined in the Code and generally meaning, depending on the context, the dollar price at which a maturity of a bond issue or all of the bond issue was offered to the public by the underwriter.