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Search Results: Bond Finance\Aggie Bonds
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CDFA Food Systems Finance Best Practices Guidebook
Linking development finance and food systems can be a daunting undertaking for any community. Research on the current ecosystem of food systems finance has positioned CDFA to identify key strategies for the path ahead in this work. The Food Systems...
CDFA 2019-2020 Annual Volume Cap Report: An Analysis of Private Activity Bond & Volume Cap Trends
The CDFA Annual Volume Cap Report provides an overview of volume cap trends and how private activity bonds (PABs) were used from state to state. The 2019-2020 Annual Volume Cap Report is the most comprehensive analysis of PAB volume cap trends and...
Resilience in New Mexico Agriculture Strategic PlanMembers only Login
The Resilience in New Mexico Agriculture Strategic Plan provides broad recommendations are coupled with specific, actionable strategies. The implementation of this plan is critical to achieving greater agricultural and natural resource resiliency,...
CDFA 2018 Annual Volume Cap Report: An Analysis of Private Activity Bond & Volume Cap Trends
In 2018, the 50 states and the District of Columbia received $37.1 billion in new volume cap allocation, an increase of nearly $1.8 billion from 2017. Total private activity bond issuance slightly decreased from $24.86 billion in 2017 to $24.14...
Tax-Exempt Bond Financing for Beginning and Low-Equity Farmers: The Case of Aggie BondsMembers only Login
Established in the 1980s, the ‘‘Aggie Bond’’ program provides beginning and low-equity farmers with access to capital. The bonds, which pay tax-exempt interest, may be used by qualifying famers for purchases of farm real estate and equipment. The...
CDFA Food Finance White Paper Series: Food Systems & Bonds
Researched and written by CDFA, this is the third white paper in a series examining the potential creation of a food systems asset class that supports the market growth of local and regional food systems. This paper focuses specifically on bond...
CDFA 2017 Annual Volume Cap Report: An Analysis of Private Activity Bond & Volume Cap Trends
In 2017, the 50 states and the District of Columbia received $35.3 billion in new volume cap allocation, an increase of $205.3 million from 2016. Even though total volume cap capacity was lower in 2017, total private activity bond issuance increased...
CDFA 2016 Annual Volume Cap Report: An Analysis of Private Activity Bond & Volume Cap Trends
In 2016, the 50 states and the District of Columbia received $35.14 billion in new volume cap allocation, an increase of $263 million from 2015. Total private activity bond issuance in 2016 increased from 2015, climbing from $12.98 billion to $20.38...
Harvey Rogers, Economic Development Financing in Oregon: from the Sublime to the RidiculousMembers only Login
Harvey Rogers described the current bond market in Oregon and explored bond financing case examples which prove their effectiveness in addressing critical infrastructure needs.
CDFA 2015 Annual Volume Cap Report: An Analysis of Private Activity Bond & Volume Cap Trends
New volume cap allocation in 2015 totaled nearly $34.88 billion for the 50 states and District of Columbia, an increase of one percent over the previous year. Combined with more than $58.48 in existing carryforward allocation, the total accessible...
CDFA 2014 Annual Volume Cap Report: An Analysis of Private Activity Bond & Volume Cap Trends
In 2014, the 50 states and the District of Columbia received more than $34.5 billion in new volume cap allocation, an increase of 5.5 percent from 2013. This was in addition to more than $59.1 billion in existing carryforward allocation, making the...
Presentation: Rural Financing StrategiesMembers only Login
In this presentation, Gray Smith, President and CEO of the Chester County Economic Development Council, examines rural financing strategies. Aggie Bonds are explained in detail, including eligibility and the application process.
CDFA 2013 Annual Volume Cap Report: An Analysis of Private Activity Bond & Volume Cap Trends
The year 2013 marked the third straight year of decline for total issuance, from a recent high point of more than $14.5 billion in 2010 to a low point of $8.8 billion in 2013. The 50 states and the District of Columbia received $32.7 billion in new...
Beginning Farmer Bond Program SummaryMembers only Login
The Illinois Finance Authority administers the Beginning Farmer Bond program increasing access to agricultural business for entrepreneurs and new farmers. The program summary provides essential program details.
ND First Time Farmer Finance ProgramMembers only Login
Program summary released by Bank of North Dakota describes the NDFTFFP aimed at helping first time farmers acquire agricultural property via tax-exempt bonds.
Oklahoma State Bond Advisor 2011 Annual ReportMembers only Login
Oklahoma State Bond Advisor released their 2011 annual report with detailed information about bond rating, performance, and projects.
IFA Agriculture BrochureMembers only Login
This brochure from the Illinois Finance Authority provides information on all of the bond and lending tools the state provides to support farmers and agribusinesses.
PA Volume Cap Allocation BulletinMembers only Login
The Pennsylvania Dept. of Community & Economic Development published this bulletin revealing the state's 2012 tax-exempt bond allocation for small issues, agriculture, exempt facilities, education, and housing.
PA 2011 Year End Allocation ReportMembers only Login
The Pennsylvania Dept. of Community & Economic Development produced this year-end report covering private activity bonds subject to volume cap in the state. Issuance and carryforward are reported for industrial development, exempt facilities,...
CDFA Bond Finance Resource Center
The CDFA Bond Finance Resource Center is a one-stop hub for all of the resources, reports, headlines, and projects that CDFA collects and publishes related to bond finance. Find links to resource tags, market reports, original research, upcoming...
2011 Aggie Bond LimitMembers only Login
In this document produced by the Office of Chief Counsel (Income Tax & Accounting) you will find the approved 2011 Aggie Bond Limit for first time farmers as well as various other 2011 adjusted revenue items.
IRS Releases Revenue Procedure Outlining 2011 PAB Volume CapsMembers only Login
The amount used under to calculate the state ceiling for the volume cap for private activity bonds in 2011, as announced in this IRS Revenue Procedure release, is the greater of $95 multiplied by the state population or $277.820 million. In 2010,...
Agricultural Loan ProgramsMembers only Login
Gary Smith, CEO/President of the Chester County Industrial Development Authority in Pennsylvania discusses the Next Generation Farmer Loan Program. His presentation gives a brief history of the program, an explanation of Aggie Bond programs and an...
CDFA Spotlight: Beginning Farmer Aggie Bond Programs
This article examines the tax-exempt, beginning farmer agricultural development bond program.
Communicating for Agriculture - Aggie Bond and First Time Farmer Financing Info
Information and resources about “Aggie Bond” programs, which coordinate the use of federal tax-exempt bonds to be able to offer eligible beginning farmers and ranchers lower interest rate financing from Communicating for Agriculture.
CDFA Spotlight: Aggie Bonds
CDFA Fact Sheet covering the basic overview of Aggie Bonds with resources and links for more detailed information.
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