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Nonmarketable security

Securities that cannot be easily bought and sold.

Nonmarketable Security

A security that may not be bought or sold. Generally, a nonnegotiable security may be redeemed by the issuer, but this is often subject to some limitations. Low-risk instruments such as savings bonds and certificates of deposit are examples of nonnegotiable securities. They are also called nonnegotiable securities and nontradeable securities.

nonmarketable security

A security that may not be sold by one investor to another. This type of security is generally redeemable by the issuer, although within certain limitations. U.S. Treasury savings bonds and most certificates of deposit are nonmarketable securities. Also called nonnegotiable security.
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Another option to avoid the potentially negative tax consequences of the TIC rules is to avoid meeting the 80%-of-marketable-securities test, by holding real estate or other nonmarketable securities that constitute more than 20% of the value of the entity at the time of the transfer.
When the trust fund starts to run deficits in 2017, the Social Security Trust Fund will return these nonmarketable securities to the Treasury in exchange for cash.
The magnitudes are large: As of January 1, for example, there was in excess of three-quarters of a trillion dollars in outstanding nonmarketable securities, such as savings bonds and state and local series issues, and marketable securities (excluding those held by the Federal Reserve) that do not mature and could not be called before 2011.
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The magnitudes are large: As of January 1, for example, there was in excess of three quarters of a trillion dollars in outstanding nonmarketable securities, such as savings bonds and state and local series issues, and marketable securities (excluding those held by the Federal Reserve) that do not mature and could not be called before 2011.
Nonmarketable securities are issued by the federal government but never sold to the public, to outside agencies, or in secondary markets.
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