One of Many Changes Felt with Tax Reform will be the Impact on Tax Exempt Yields

Article Commentary by: Garth Hogan, Global Healthcare Services

While households and corporations will feel a relief in annual tax burden, there will be a direct impact on yield requirements for tax exempt bonds.

Article Written by: HFA Partners, December 19, 2017

The reduction in corporate income tax rates is expected to increase tax exempt yields for hospitals, and could reshape the market for bank direct placements and public bond offerings, particularly for lower rated borrowers...

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