Learn more about muni bonds, Municipal Bonds for America members and partners and the policymakers who will shape the future of municipal bonds.
- MBFA & CSG Muni Primer – The Municipal Bond Market: Building America’s Infrastructure
- Glossary of Terms
- A Tax on Municipal Bonds Would Be a Tax on All Americans
- Advance Refundings One-Pager
- Bonds Promote Fiscal Responsibility
- Court Street Group’s Tax Reform Perspective
- What Are Bonds?
- What Are Private Activity Bonds?
- What Does “Capping” the Tax Value on Municipal Bond Interest do?
- Small Borrower Bank-Qualified Tax-Exempt Obligations
The chief tax-writing committee of the United States House of Representatives.
A standing committee of the United States Senate focusing on matters relating to taxation and other revenue measures.
The Joint Committee on Taxation is a nonpartisan committee of the United States Congress that operates with an experienced professional staff of Ph.D economists, attorneys, and accountants, who assist Members of the majority and minority parties in both houses of Congress on tax legislation.
An executive department of the United States Government tasked with managing government revenue.
The MSRB writes investor protection rules for the United States municipal securities market, including tax-exempt and taxable municipal bonds and other securities issued by states, cities, and counties or their agencies to help finance public projects or for other public policy purposes.
The MSRB has released a new educational video, “The Municipal Bond Market and the MSRB,” that explains in simple terms the roles of municipal bond issuers, investors and the MSRB in the municipal markets. You can view the video by clicking item number 1, “Learn About the Municipal Market,” featured on the front page.
A federal agency which is primarily responsible for enforcing the federal securities laws and regulating the securities industry, the nation’s stock and options exchanges, and other electronic securities markets in the United States.
NLC serves as a resource to and an advocate for the more than 19,000 cities, villages and towns it represents.
The national association of professionals working to finance affordable housing in the broader community development context at the local level.
The association representing the nation’s nonprofit and state agency student finance organizations.
CDFA is comprised of the nation’s leading and most knowledgeable members of the development finance community representing 300 public, private and non-profit development entities.
American Municipal Power is a nonprofit corporation that owns and operates electric facilities with the purpose of providing generation, transmission and distribution of electric power and energy to its members.
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A joint venture of the Urban Institute and Brookings Institution, the Center is made up of nationally recognized experts in tax, budget, and social policy who have served at the highest levels of government.