Taxable Bond

(redirected from Taxable Bonds)

Taxable Bond

A bond on which the yield is taxable. All corporate bonds and some municipal bonds are taxable. On a taxable bond, one is usually assessed capital gains tax on the coupon payments. One is also liable for taxation if the bond was issued at a discount and redeemed at face value. See also: Tax-exempt bond.
References in periodicals archive ?
These taxable bonds to be issued at par are meant for individual other than Non-Resident Indians, it said, adding these are not tradeable in the secondary market and are not eligible as collateral for loans from banking institutions, non-banking financial companies or financial institutions.
We can be legitimately proud that our protests forced the government to issue GoI taxable bonds once again.
HJ Sims is an underwriter of tax-exempt and taxable bonds, having raised approximately USD21 billion for projects throughout the US.
He spends a significant amount of his time representing the lead lenders in large construction financings, including large-scale credit enhancement for government-issued tax-exempt and taxable bonds, the proceeds of which are used to finance luxury multi-family projects throughout New York City that offer affordable-rate and market-rate housing.
Flows into taxable bonds reached $35 billion in January, up from $14 billion in December.
Using taxable bonds means the UO will pay about $16.
They may be better off having investment vehicles such as taxable bonds in retirement accounts, because interest is still taxed at ordinary income rates, as are retirement distributions.
The average risk-adjusted pretax yield on AMT bonds is higher than that of tax-exempt bonds and lower than that of taxable bonds.
So the motion was amended to say the city ``expresses its commitment and willingness to work with all of the various parties to make this project succeed, including its interest in exploring a role in the issuance of tax-exempt and taxable bonds.
Since tax-exempt bonds almost always yield less than comparable taxable bonds in pretax terms, insurers are faced with the problem of optimally allocating investable funds between taxable and tax-exempt bonds.
If your clients have to liquidate the IRA anytime prior to retirement or if they are under 59 1/2 years of age, they should not use an IRA invested in taxable bonds.