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Financial terms in "Bonds and Treasuries"

1. bond anticipation note

2. auction

3. municipal convertible

4. U.S. Treasury Bond

5. twenty-percent cushion rule

6. limitation on merger, consolidation, or sale

7. high-coupon bond refunding

8. kangaroo bond

9. 30-Year Treasury

10. delivery vs. payment

11. bonded

12. Yield

13. call date

14. inflation-proof security

15. CUSIP number

16. call protection

17. citizen bond

18. maturity basis

19. wild card play

20. derivatives time bomb

21. offering circular

22. yield burning

23. Systematic risk

24. bond resolution

25. nob spread

26. stripped coupon

27. subordinated bonds

28. prior lien bond

29. definitive securities

30. assignment form

31. current coupon bond

32. CBO

33. bond trustee

34. Pfandbriefe

35. U.S. Government Securities

36. unseasoned issue

37. call risk

38. foreign crowd

39. serial bond

40. redeemable bond

41. taxable bond

42. fixed income

43. going away

44. Euro straight

45. Canada Premium Bond (CPB)

46. accreted value

47. absolute priority rule

48. subordinated debenture bond

49. fixed income unit investment trust

50. muni fund

51. debt fund

52. general mortgage bond

53. nondiversifiable risk

54. net revenue pledge

55. surety bond

56. discounted bond

57. all weather fund

58. upgrade

59. interest-bearing

60. M-Camp

61. matured

62. Convertible bond

63. any-interest-date call

64. Australian stock price riskless indexed note (ASPIRIN)

65. free bond

66. asset class breakdown

67. Euro certificate of deposit (EURO CD)

68. marginal cost of capital

69. Depository Trust Company

70. perpetual floating-rate note

71. capital structure

72. certificate

73. Redemption

74. bond price elasticity

75. fitch sheets

76. financial market

77. construction loan note

78. accumulated interest

79. MBS

80. Little Board

81. Credit Analysis

82. Brady bond

83. freedom shares

84. outside financing

85. Level 2 asset

86. U.S. Treasury Bill

87. total return swap

88. limitation on subsidiary borrowing

89. maple bond

90. gilt

91. bond ordinance

92. Duration

93. bond futures

94. shelf registration

95. arbitrage bond

96. zero-coupon convertible

97. non-callable bond

98. interest-elastic

99. staggered maturities

100. Original issue discount

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A SIMPLE, also known as a simple ira, is short for Savings Incentive Match Plans for Employees, an employer sponsored retirement savings plan that may be offered by companies with fewer than 100 employees. Employers must contribute to eligible employees' accounts each year in one of two ways. They can make a contribution equal to 2% of salary for every employee, or match dollar-for-dollar each employee's contribution to the plan, up to 3% of that employee's annual salary.A SIMPLE may be set up by establishing an IRA in each employee's name or as a 401(k). Congress sets an annual dollar limit on the tax-deferred amount an employee may contribute, based on the type of SIMPLE it is. Contribution ceilings for SIMPLE-IRAs are lower than for other employer sponsored plans.You may withdraw assets from a SIMPLE without penalty if you are 59 1/2 or older and retired. And you must begin taking minimum required distributions by April 1 of the year following the year you turn 70 1/2 unless you're still working. Taxes are due on distributions at your regular tax rate. You may roll your assets over into another employer plan or an IRA if you leave your job for any reason or retire.Two key differences between SIMPLEs and other employer plans are that your account must be open at least two years before you can withdraw or move the money, and the federal tax penalty for early withdrawal is 25% of the amount you take, rather than 10%.

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