SHARE THIS: FACEBOOKTWITTERLINKEDIN PRINT | EMAIL ( ) Featured Municipal Bond Issue, Week of September 24, 2018: Unified School District #497 Douglas County, Kansas (Lawrence) -- $43.5 Million The Lawrence Unified School District #497, Kansas (officially called the...
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Does Municipal Bond Credit Quality Impact Annual Audit Times?
Increased attention on local government fiscal stress and Chapter 9 bankruptcy filings has heightened concerns over municipal bond credit quality in wider circles than ever before. But while the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) requires certain issuers of...
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