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Private Activity Bond Tests.

Private Activity Bond Tests, by Sharon Stanton White (Thompson/ West, 2004), is a reference binder/ looseleaf that provides answers on private activity limits on the use of tax-exempt bond finance facilities. It explains private use of a bond-financed facility, how to measure private use and whether payments for private use affect treatment. Other issues discussed include when bond proceeds are deemed used to make a loan and whether an improper use of bond proceeds, or of a bond-financed facility, can be rectified. Over 1,000 pages; $195. Contact (800) 328-9352;
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Author:Fink, Philip R.
Publication:The Tax Adviser
Article Type:Book Review
Date:Dec 1, 2004
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