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A Guide to Infrastructure Bonds

Sarah Kline / Blog January 24, 2017

Given America’s broad needs and the wide range of potential investors in infrastructure bonds, financing options should include all of the above.

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Understanding the PATH Act’s Impact on Immigrants

Kenneth Megan / Blog December 18, 2015

While new proposals limiting eligibility are forecasted to generate savings, immigrants generate billions of dollars per year in tax revenue.

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Reforming DOE’s Loan Guarantee Program

Kimberly Dean / Blog July 15, 2015

No other provision of the Energy Policy Act of 2005 has come under as much criticism as the Department of Energy loan guarantee program.

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Tax Extenders Should be Permanent and Paid For

Brian Collins, Shai Akabas / Blog March 31, 2014

On New Years Eve, while fireworks were going off to celebrate the arrival of 2014, a number of different tax breaks and incentives expired. These tax provisions are collectively known as the “tax extenders,” a set of breaks for activities…

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Potential Bipartisan Consensus Emerges on Improving Tuition Tax Breaks

Brian Collins, Shai Akabas / Blog March 28, 2014

In tax year 2009, college students and their parents left nearly $800 million in tax benefits for higher education on the table. Students and parents filing their taxes this spring will confront the same trio of tax breaks and many…

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