CHICAGO — Lured by attractive Treasury rates and the absence of tax-exempt compliance issues, the Mayo Clinic accelerated its borrowing plans and opted to go with taxable paper in a $300 million issue ready to sell as soon as Wednesday.

The bonds are tentatively structured to mature in terms due from 2039 to 2043, but could change depending on demand, said the clinic’s manager of treasury services, Rick Haeflinger.

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