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Search Results: Bond Finance\Bond Volume Cap
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2010 State Private Activity Bond Volume CapsMembers only Login
CDFA has calculated 2010 private activity bond volume caps for all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. CDFA, through the National Volume Cap Resource Center, continues to be the leader in news, information and research related to...
Internal Revenue Bulletin: 2009-45
This Internal Revenue Service Bulletin sets the state private activity volume cap for 2010 at the greater of $90 per capita or $273,775,000. The per capita rate is tied to inflation and remains the same as 2009. The small state minimum is an...
2010 State Volume Caps
CDFA has calculated the 2010 private activity bond volume cap for all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico using data from the Census Bureau and the Internal Revenue Service. Additional information about volume cap allocations by...
Oklahoma Private Activity Bond Allocation ActMembers only Login
This statute covers the process of private activity bond (PABs) allocation for the State of Oklahoma. It legislates what percent of the state's yearly cap goes to each PAB category and the consolidation and reallocation of unused cap in September of...
Future Tax Revenues Are at Risk Because Certain Tax-Exempt Bonds May Exceed Annual Dollar Limits Without Detection
The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) has publicly released its review of the Internal Revenue Service's (IRS) oversight of State volume cap limits for tax-exempt private activity bonds. TIGTA found that the IRS's existing...
CDFA 2008 Annual Volume Cap Report: An Analysis of Private Activity Bond & Volume Cap Trends
In 2008, $13.7 billion of PABs were issued, a $14.8 billion decrease over issuance in 2007. This represents a 51.9% decrease from 2007. Carryforward of volume cap, not including the additional housing cap, jumped from $16.5 billion in 2007 to $24.3...
PEDFA and Volume Cap AllocationMembers only Login
Steve Drizos, Director of the Pennsylvania Economic Financing Authority, covers the volume cap allocation process in Pennsylvania.
Tax-Exempt Conduit BondsMembers only Login
Jenni Alvey, Director of Public Finance for Indiana, discusses the use of the volume cap and private-activity bonds, including industrial development bonds.
Private-Activity Bond Caps for 2008 and 2009
This table, based on Census population estimates, lists the 2009 private-activity bond volume cap for the 50 states, Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico.
Atlanta Development Authority: Multifamily Tax Exempt Bonds
The Atlanta Development Authority issued the following fact sheet to explain the agency's multifamily tax exempt bond program. The fact sheet provides an overview of the program's purpose, benefits, project qualifications, use of funds as well as...
2008 Private-Activity Bond Volume Cap Including Additional Housing Cap
The following document outlines the original volume cap, additional housing volume cap and new revised total volume cap for each state and territory in 2008.
Washington Economic Development Finance Authority (WEDFA) Bond ApplicationMembers only Login
The Washington Economic Development Finance Authority (WEDFA) uses the following application to explain and evaluate potential candidates for the state's bond program.
2006 Annual Report: Ohio Volume Cap for Tax Exempt BondsMembers only Login
The state of Ohio released this report that looks at the state's use of its tax exempt volume cap. The report explains the volume cap program, its allocation and use in 2006.
Virginia Small Business Financing Authority: Virginia Private Activity Bond Allocation GuidelinesMembers only Login
Virginia issued a set of guidelines that explains the commonwealth's bond allocation programs, their requirements and application process.
CDFA 2007 Annual Volume Cap Report: An Analysis of Private Activity Bond & Volume Cap Trends
Overall, 2007 saw an increase in the total dollar amount of private-activity bonds (PABs) issued. In 2007, $28.5 billion of PABs were issued, representing a $3 billion increase over issuance in 2006. States also used their allocations more...
Where the Cap Goes
"Where the Cap Goes" examines how states spend their bond financing dollars and how it is allocated. The study specifically looks at state spending patterns from 1993 to 2004.
West Virginia Economic Development Authority: Industrial Development Bond CAP AllocationMembers only Login
David Warner discusses the West Virginia model and how volume cap is allocated and unused allocation redistributed.
CDFA Spotlight: Volume Cap Overview
Understanding volume cap is one of the key components of the bond financing process. Each state has a different process for managing volume cap and this article provides an overview of the general principals behind the volume cap system.
State of Ohio 2005 Volume Cap Annual ReportMembers only Login
The State of Ohio publishes an annual report highlighting the state's use of volume cap over the past 12 months. This report also includes historical data on the state's use of volume cap dating back several years.
Bonds At Work - State Allocation of Private Activity Bonds from 1993 through 2004 (Part of CDFA's Affiliation with the Built by Bonds Coalition)
In-depth report on State Allocation of Private Activity Bonds from 1993 through 2004. Municipal bonds fund public projects such as schools, roads and affordable housing; corporate bonds finance job-creating investment; and structured bonds, such as...
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