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Financial terms in "Bonds and Treasuries"

1. call protection

2. nondiversifiable risk

3. U.S. Treasury Note

4. Securities and Exchange Commission

5. bond

6. absolute priority rule

7. chastity bond

8. European Covered Bond Council (ECBC)

9. global bond

10. going away

11. limited tax bond

12. bond laddering

13. certificate

14. triple tax exempt

15. bond trustee

16. equity-linked note

17. mortgage-backed certificate

18. full

19. escrowed to maturity

20. forward

21. speculative debt instrument

22. busted bond

23. protective stop

24. bond quote

25. Unlisted

26. bear steepener

27. gilt edged bond

28. stamped security

29. assumed bond

30. rating

31. twenty-five percent rule

32. limited-tax general obligation bond

33. Cash Flow Forecast

34. bond issue

35. Notice of Sale

36. bond price elasticity

37. dual currency issue

38. corpus

39. credit analyst

40. market risk premium

41. Prospectus

42. bond resolution

43. management accounts

44. interchangeable bond

45. low grade

46. patriot bond

47. retractable bond

48. coupon bond

49. sinking fund call

50. on-the-run Treasuries

51. grandfathered bond

52. delivery vs. repayment

53. allocation

54. MBIA

55. maturity gap

56. long

57. quote

58. flat

59. Fallen Angel

60. excess spread

61. Treasury receipt

62. yield rate

63. unseasoned issue

64. Collaterized Loan Obligation

65. denomination

66. Bolsa Mexicana De Valores

67. cash bond

68. cabinet crowd

69. foreign bond market

70. M-Camp

71. coupon yield

72. surety bond

73. American Stock Exchange

74. accrual of discount

75. common stock equivalent

76. serial redemption

77. inflation-adjusted principal

78. face-amount certificate

79. chattel mortgage bond

80. subordinated bonds

81. 30-Year Treasury

82. New York Stock Exchange

83. National Market System

84. Euroyen bond

85. bonded debt

86. surety

87. Bond Buyer Index

88. interpolated yield curve (I curve)

89. current production rate

90. deferred interest bond

91. Book-entry security

92. par

93. Capitalization

94. liquidity risk

95. index-linked bond

96. outside financing

97. irregular coupon

98. best bid

99. direct issuer

100. certificate in investment performance management (CIPM)

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Education Savings Account (ESA)

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You can put up to $2,000 a year into a coverdell education savings account (ESA) that you establish in the name of a minor child. The assets in the account can be invested any way you choose.There is no limit on the number of accounts you can set up for different beneficiaries, but no more than a total of $2,000 can be contributed in a single beneficiary's name in any one year. If you choose, you may switch the beneficiary of an ESA to another member of the same extended family.Your contribution is not tax deductible. But any earnings that accumulate in the account can be withdrawn tax free if they're used to pay qualified educational expenses for the beneficiary until he or she reaches age 30. The costs can be incurred at any level, from elementary school through a graduate degree, or at a qualified post-secondary technical or vocational school. There are no restrictions on using ESA money in the same year the student uses other tax-free savings, or the student, parent, or guardian uses tax credits for educational expenses. But you can't take a credit for expenses you covered with tax-free withdrawals.To qualify to make a full $2,000 contribution to an ESA, your modified adjusted gross income (MAGI) must be $95,000 or less, and your right to make any contribution at all is phased out if your MAGI is $110,000 if you're a single taxpayer. The comparable range if you're married and file a joint return is $190,000, phased out at $220,000.

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