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Tax Anticipation Note

A municipal bond, usually with a maturity of less than one year, issued on the assumption that the debt will be paid back on future tax revenue. Municipalities issue tax anticipation notes to provide cash for immediate or time sensitive needs. For example, a city may issue a bond to pay for school construction rather than wait for tax revenues to pay for it because either the school is desperately needed or construction can only occur in certain times of the year when the city is cash poor. At maturity, tax anticipation notes are paid with tax revenues in the months following the issue.

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Because the stereotypical tanning salon client is a young woman, almost all the research and health messaging on tanning has focused on that demographic.
Vita Liberata Self Tanning Anti-Age Serum, PS29, is also made for blending with your face cream, and comes with a host of complexion-boosting actives that promote collagen production and skin regeneration (spacenk.
It seems, then, that individuals may not only perceive improvements in their own appearance with tanning, but may also extend this judgment to others, particularly when men are judging women.
While a professional spray tan results in an even, streak-free finish, if you're tanning at home, Harknett recommends using a bronzing mousse for ease.
The best way to apply tanning mousse is to use a foam mitt," says James.
The luxury brands have really had to up their game this year because there's another tanning revolution taking place - this time at the tills.
In addition to being selected for the Top Ten list, Perfect Glow Airbrush Tanning is also the preferred airbrush tanner for the award-winning Sundy House in Delray Beach and The Addison in Boca Raton.
Due to the appearance of her complexion, it seemed that overly-bronzed Jersey mother had an addiction to tanning, so "In Touch" magazine wanted to do a photo shoot with the 44-year-old -- but only if she didn't tan for a month.
Using tanning beds before age 30 increases a person's risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer, by 75%, research shows," warns Dennis Hughes, assistant professor of pediatrics at MD Anderson Children's Cancer Hospital, Houston, Texas.
111-148, created a new 10% excise tax on amounts paid for indoor tanning services after June 30, 2010.
Making headlines last month was a study from the Archives of Dermatology, which found that 40 percent of college students who tan are addicted to tanning.
Other research has shown that the majority of college students sun tan and use tanning beds and although access to information on the dangers of tanning has increased, tanning behavior has remained consistent (Hillhouse, 1996).