Taxable Bond

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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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HJ Sims is known as one of the country's oldest underwriters of tax-exempt and taxable bonds, having raised USD 25+ billion for projects throughout the US.
One key decision facing bond market investors is whether to choose regular, taxable bonds or tax-exempt municipal bonds.
These are as follows:--Approximately $750,000,000 subseries B-1 tax-exempt bonds; --Approximately $186,430,000 subseries B-2 taxable bonds; --Approximately $313,570,000 subseries B-3 taxable bonds; --Approximately $200,000,000 subseries B-4 tax-exempt bonds (adjustable rate bonds); and --Approximately $75,000,000 subseries B-5 tax-exempt bonds (adjustable rate bonds).
Taxable bonds will create taxable income, and tax-free or tax sensitive bonds will typically produce income that is tax-free.
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.
The recent outperformance of munis over taxable bonds suggests that the market is already anticipating this.
The loan was made possible through the sale directly to the hanks of a mix of tax exempt and taxable bonds issued by the New York State Housing Finance Agency.
With taxable bonds and bond funds, you'll do well to invest in them through a tax-deferred or tax-free account.
Tax-exempt and taxable bonds issued under Eagle's oversight involved a diverse array of municipal finance projects for private enterprises and nonprofit organizations.
103, to be treated as taxable bonds and allows the issuers to receive the equivalent of a federal tax credit.