WASHINGTON — Market participants are concerned that issuers of draw-down bonds with tax benefits provided by temporary stimulus provisions could lose some benefits if the provisions expire at the end of the year as scheduled.

Bond lawyers have been pushing for the Internal Revenue Service to clarify how Build America Bonds and bank-qualified bonds with draw-down structures would fare if the stimulus provisions expire. The IRS could issue guidance as early as next week, sources said.

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