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Federal Bond Programs

Federal tax law regulates the issuance of tax-exempt bonds. Certain tax-exempt bonds must receive an allocation from the state prior to the issuance of the bonds. The Treasury Division is responsible for the administration of the state's tax-exempt bonding allocation law. This includes allocations for tax-exempt private activity bonds (TEBA); Recovery Zone Economic Development & Facility (REZ) Bonds and Qualified Energy Conservation (QECB) Bonds.

TEBA Allocations

Federal tax law regulates the issuance of tax-exempt bonds. Certain tax-exempt bonds must receive an allocation from the state prior to the issuance of the bonds. The Treasury Division is responsible for the administration of the state's tax-exempt bonding allocation law.

Statutes, Forms & Instructions:

Bonding Notices:

Status Reports:

Statutory Authority:

The Minnesota Bond Allocation Act for private activity bond volume cap is governed by Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 474A and is administered by the Department of Management and Budget. Chapter 474A. Bond Allocations