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Members of the Board of Directors with Congresswoman Terri Sewell
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LIFT Act Reintroduced in 118th Congress

The three-prong bill would restore tax-exempt advance refunding bonds, modernize the small borrower’s exemption, and implement a new direct pay bond program.

  • Member Spotlight

Tracey Easton

Moore & Van Allen PLLC in Charleston, SC

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Doug Williams

Maynard Nexsen PC in Birmingham, AL

IRS Form 1040 documents on a wooden table.
IRS Form 1040 documents on a wooden table.
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Gearing Up for a Potential Tax Bill in 2025

Key provisions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) begin to expire at the end of next year, teeing up the likelihood of a major tax package in the…

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Six Takeaways from the Institute 2024

New format, new topics, new Institute. Here’s a recap from this year’s conference and what you may have missed.

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FY2024 Appropriations

We are tracking the status of FY2024 appropriations, where things stand, and what it all means for bond lawyers.

President Joe Biden (D) waves at the attendees during his State of the Union Address on March 7, 2024.
President Joe Biden (D) waves at the attendees during his State of the Union Address on March 7, 2024.
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Biden Releases FY2025 Budget

The FY2025 appropriations season has begun. Here’s a quick summary of what’s inside and what we’re tracking.

Teresa Metcalf Beasley with McDonald Hopkins Co., LPA.
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Teresa Metcalf Beasley

McDonald Hopkins Co., LPA in Cleveland, Ohio

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Groundhog Day in Washington

Congress’ long campaign of “hurry up and wait” stretches into February; a tax deal passes the House but faces uncertainty in the Senate; FY2024 spending update; and the SEC suspends…

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Lee R. Marchisio

Foster Garvey PC in Seattle, WA

Three houses growing in size from left to right.
An emerging tax deal in Congress could contain provisions of interest to the municipal market, including the "LIHTC Fix."
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Emerging Tax Package in 2024

A potential deal to extend the CTC and fix the tax treatment of R&D expenses may also contain the “LIHTC Fix.”

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The Bond Lawyer – Vol. 47 | No. 4

Scholarly journal covering recent updates in municipal bond law, including Basel III Endgame, recent SEC enforcement actions, the finalization of Section 6417 Treasury Regulations, and the IRS’ new secure messaging…