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Municipal Notes – What They Are and How They Work
October 15th, 2012 by David Waring
Municipal notes are short term debt issued by municipalities, normally to cover spending until money is received from a specified source.
There are 3 primary types of municipal notes:
- Tax anticipation notes (TAN) – Short term debt issued to cover spending until tax revenue comes in.
- Revenue anticipation notes (RAN) – Short term debt issued to cover spending until revenue comes in from one of the municipalities projects such as a sewage or electric plant.
- Bond anticipation notes (BAN) – Short term debt issued to cover spending until a bond issue is completed.
For the definition and explanation of more bond related words visit the Learn Bonds glossary where we give the meaning of many additional terms.
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