TAX ANTICIPATION NOTE - TAN
Short-term instrument, issued by a state or local government, to fund an immediate project to be repaid with future tax revenue. Such notes are used to borrow money, normally for one year or less and at low interest rate, to finance a capital expenditure including construction of a road or school, or purchasing a new building. Then, the government uses the tax collection the following year to repay these notes.
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