This primer covers the history and legislation behind tax-exempt financing, and is an ideal introduction to the basics of this financing method.
Devising an optimal approach to structuring and sizing a bond issue can enhance an issuer’s ability to maximize the amount of bond proceeds for construction purposes, to meet cash flow requirement
Bond insurance can provide important benefits to issuers of tax-exempt bonds. For many issuers, the important reason to purchase bond insurance is to obtain lower borrowing costs.
State and local governments need permanent access to the debt markets to fund the public projects their citizens require.
The booklet provides guidance on how to develop a good RFP process for the selection of financial advisors and senior managing underwriters.
This publication in GFOA’s “Documents on Disk” series provides unique assistance with debt policy development through two products: a booklet that presents an overview of the subject and an accompa
Taking the reader through the steps required to prepare a capital improvement program and budget, this book covers the preparatory phases of CIP development and extends through identifying capital
This is the first volume in a series related to the recommended budget practices of the National Advisory Council on State and Local Budgeting (NACSLB).
This book introduces the essential concepts of tax-exempt debt financing, compares and contrasts options, provides practical advice and highlights potential pitfalls.
This publication provides readers with an introduction to the principles and practices of issuing debt.