WASHINGTON -- Property tax base sharing programs, which redistribute tax funds from rich to poor areas, may help cash-strapped municipalities, according to the May 25 edition of Standard & Poor's Corp.'s Credit Week Municipal.

"As costs continue to escalate and federal and state support dwindles, tax base sharing has untapped potential to provide revenue to financially strapped municipal governments," the article says.

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