WASHINGTON - A nonprofit corporation that was reorganized after going bankrupt cannot treat itself as a new entity in order to refinance its assets with tax-exempt bonds, the Internal Revenue Service said in a recent ruling.

The corporation, which was not identified in the private letter ruling, wanted to issue 501(c)(3) tax-exempt bonds to refund and reduce the costs associated with its outstanding taxable debt.

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