WASHINGTON - The Internal Revenue Service has told issuers to use $38,600 as the national median income figure to determine which individuals living in high-cost areas of the country qualify for financing from tax-exempt mortgage revenue bonds.

The new figure applies to financings done after May 7, 1992, and replaced the previous level of $38,000.

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