year bill

Year Bill

A U.S. Treasury security with a maturity of one year. The Treasury Department sets auctions for year bills each month.

year bill

A 12-month U.S. Treasury bill. Unlike 13- and 26-week Treasury bills, which are auctioned weekly, year bills are auctioned only once a month.
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STORMONT could end up with a PS200million a year bill if it fails to implement welfare reforms, the Finance Minster warned yesterday.
In future, the taxpayer will pick up the pounds 15million a year bill.
And last year Bill Cosby picked up a minority percentage of the New Jersey Nets.
The Virgin boss has donated pounds 1,000 to the Stourbridge group which has been reeling from a pounds 4,000 a year bill from Halfpenny Green Airport, near Stourbridge.
Last year Bill took Part Troll to New Zealand, Japan, The Hague, Brussels and Antwerp.
CHILD-KILLER Ian Huntley has tried to kill himself again after his jail suicide watch was allegedly reduced to cut the taxpayers' pounds 500,000 a year bill. The murderer's bid has raised the question of whether we should let criminals take their own life.
On an annual average for the six year bill, the funding levels are: CMAQ: $1.2 billion versus $1 under ISTEA and STP: $7.2 billion with $3.6 to local governments.
But ministers warned of the pounds 240million a year bill if large numbers sign up to civil partnerships by 2050.
This year bills in Coventry went up by 2.7 per cent.
I wanted you to know that on top of New Year bills, my mortgage and living expenses, I now have a large garage bill through no fault of my own so thank you.
China's central bank has said it is planning to sell CNY65bn (USD9.94bn) worth of one year bills in its open-market operation on Tuesday.
Mila Violaris, Hfs research manager, said: "At this time of year people often go through a bit of a low spell, feeling depressed now that the Christmas and New Year bills have started to arrive.