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Welcome to the Learning Center, Neighbor

Learn About Investing 35 Articles

How Credit Rating Agencies Affect Municipal Issuers

How Credit Rating Agencies Affect Municipal Issuers

AAA. Aaa. Upgrade. Downgrade. On Watch. These are the headlines investors most associate with credit ratings agencies. But since the financial crisis in 2008, the ratings agencies have come under a lot of scrutiny. What really goes into a rating? How does the way ratings agencies get paid affect their objectivity? So how has all

Munis and Taxes

How Will Municipal Bonds Affect my Taxes?

They say the only certainties in life are death and taxes, and for many, it’s actually the latter that’s far more distressing.


How to be A Good Neighbor 20 Articles

News from the Neighborhood Purple

News from the Neighborhood: September 20, 2016

Stay in touch with neighbors from across the country with our curated collection of stories worth caring about.

News From The Neighborhood

News from the Neighborhood: September 9, 2016

Stay in touch with neighbors from across the country with our curated collection of stories worth caring about.


Muniland News & Resources 52 Articles

Muniland Minute CSG Green

Muniland Minute: September 23, 2016

FOMC Stays the Course Rates moved into lower ranges after the Federal Reserve stayed the course in terms of monetary policy and municipal bonds followed.

Muniland Minute CSG Red

Muniland Minute: September 16, 2016

Municipal Bond New Issuance Could See Largest Volume Since 2010 Many are projecting a $400 billion+ annual issuance year in the municipal market, a feat not topped in 6-years.


Updates from Neighborly 27 Articles

Neighborly Bonds Challenge

Neighborly Bonds Challenge FAQ

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California Public Finance Unlocked

California Public Finance Data Unlocked

Ever wanted to know how much your city borrowed for its last infrastructure project? Or what attendance trends are doing in your local school district? Or who advises your water district on their financing needs?