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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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Tester Megan says: 'This is meant to prepare skin for tanning by hydrating and smoothing it, but also get rid of dodgy tan patches.
High profile public health and policy efforts along with state age restrictions have helped decrease the prevalence of indoor tanning among youth, but the study said levels remain 'unacceptably high.'
Solait edition tanning PS3.99, "The Solait Dual Action Exfoliating Mitt is great to use in the shower first."
limited mitt, Superdrug 5 YOUR TAN IS STREAKY "A STREAKY tan can be the result of not using a clean or fresh tanning mitt," says Michaella.
Skin cancer prevention strategies should be developed by understanding all tanning methods.
Plus, the risks of long-term tanning outweigh the unproven benefits of a base tan.
Smith noted that the typical indoor tanning bed user is female and between 17 and 30 years old.
A North East-based tanning salon offered university starters arriving in the city "the chance to tan for free" during Freshers' Week in an online advertising campaign.
Reality programmes like The Only Way is Essex and Geordie Shore have led to an expansion in the male tanning industry and a lot of men today have better beauty regimes than my hair, tan, teeth, tan, shower, tan system.