WASHINGTON — The New Hampshire Health and Education Facilities Authority has proposed paying the Internal Revenue Service an undisclosed sum of money under the voluntary closing agreement program to settle a tax law dispute over some of the $135.4 million of adjustable-rate education loan revenue bonds it issued in 2011.

The NHHEFA filed the VCAP application on July 30, 2012, just one day before the IRS deadline for issuers under  the student loan VCAP program the agency announced in March.

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