Taxable Bond

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.
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75 per cent taxable bond scheme to replace the earlier 8 per cent scheme for retail investors.
75 percent savings bonds to enable resident citizens and Hindu Undivided Families (HUF) to invest in a taxable bond, without any monetary ceiling.
75% Savings (Taxable) Bonds, 2018 commencing from 10th January 2018 to enable resident citizens/HUF to invest in a taxable bond, without any monetary ceiling.
The Series 2016 bonds were issued through the Florida Development Finance Corporation and consist of USD48,240,000 in tax-exempt bond proceeds, as well as USD2,930,000 in taxable bond proceeds.
Among mutual funds, taxable bond and international equity funds saw the biggest net inflows in March.
They have confirmed they'll be able to retire taxable bond debt while remaining fully self--supporting.
The magnitude of the implicit tax on tax-exempt bonds is difficult to measure empirically, however, because it requires identification of a comparable taxable bond to use as a benchmark.
She used $50,000 of her savings to establish the Schwab account, which now consists of a variety of equity mutual funds and a short-term taxable bond fund.
One approach for deciding between tax-exempt and taxable bonds is to compare the after-tax earnings of the taxable bond with the earnings of the tax-exempt bond, and choose the one with higher earnings assuming everything else, such as risk, is equal.
These included domestic equity funds ($4 billion), international equity funds ($5 billion), taxable bond funds ($5 billion) and tax-free bond funds ($0.
6% interest or a taxable bond with the same level of risk paying 6% (3.
AMCAL, based in Westlake Village, also has received a $150,000 loan from the city's Community Development Agency, a $450,000 taxable bond, and $3.