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Financial terms in "Bonds and Treasuries"

1. blended yield to maturity

2. Agency bond

3. maintenance and replacement call

4. management accountant

5. good delivery

6. asset swapped convertible option transaction

7. event risk

8. market risk premium

9. chart

10. exchangeable debenture

11. anticipation note

12. recapitalization

13. high yield

14. weighted average credit rating

15. Credit Risk

16. non-investment grade

17. Original issue discount

18. depository trust and clearing corporation

19. Credit Analysis

20. tranche

21. crossover credit

22. chastity bond

23. de minimis tax rule

24. bond price elasticity

25. construction loan note

26. maple bond

27. Level 1 asset

28. auction

29. MTA Index

30. interest rate risk

31. Treasury

32. Discount

33. Z-spread

34. irredeemable bond

35. underperformer

36. sinking fund call

37. T-Bill

38. gold bond

39. index bond

40. mortgage revenue bond

41. level-coupon bond

42. debt tender offer

43. Round Lot

44. current market value

45. fixed-income style box

46. basis book

47. fine paper

48. floating supply

49. bond risk premium

50. Offer

51. cash budget

52. Michael Milken

53. NYSE

54. Cash Flow Forecast

55. riskless rate of return

56. bond conversion

57. Noncompetitive bid

58. fixed maturity plan

59. price risk

60. toggle note

61. interest-elastic

62. high-yield financing

63. Price Value of a Basis Point

64. deliverable bills

65. aggregate risk

66. Student Loan Marketing Association

67. gilt edged bond

68. coupon pass

69. Budget

70. debt limitation

71. Coupon

72. class

73. flat trades

74. longevity bond

75. investment bill

76. net debt to assessed valuation

77. reverse swap

78. corpus

79. droplock security

80. investment-grade bond

81. denomination

82. Restricted security

83. special-purpose bond

84. nominal rate

85. bond trustee

86. intermediate bond

87. Lehman Aggregate Bond Index

88. convertible debenture

89. arrears swap

90. hybrid security

91. Yield Curve

92. default rate

93. bond option

94. listed

95. Current yield

96. collateral trust certificate

97. debt to equity

98. catastrophe call

99. par yield curve

100. debt limit

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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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