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Volume IV:
Other Concerned Parties Aside From Federal Departments and Agencies, Federal Reserve Banks Acting as Depositaries and Fiscal Agents of the United States, and Financial Institutions Acting as Depositaries and Financial Agents of the Government

Treasury Financial Manual
Volume IV: Other Concerned Parties Aside From Federal Departments and Agencies, Federal Reserve Banks Acting as Depositaries and Fiscal Agents of the United States, and Financial Institutions Acting as Depositaries and Financial Agents of the Government

Bulletins

TFM bulletins provide notice of immediately effective changes to instructions or requirements that, usually, are later codified into a TFM chapter. Bulletins list superseded or rescinded material. They are numbered sequentially by the fiscal year of issue and signed by the FMS Commissioner. Each bulletin includes an inquiries section that provides the address and telephone number of the office users should contact for questions about the bulletin. Bulletins generally have retention dates of no more than 1 year. The retention date prescribes the bulletin expiration date. FMS issues a Retention Bulletin at the beginning of each fiscal year that lists the TFM bulletins remaining in effect beyond their original retention date.

98-01 (May 21, 1998)
Commercial Loans Are Now Acceptable For Securing Special Direct Investment Balances
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   Last Updated:  January 16, 2013