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Financial terms in "Bonds and Treasuries"

1. denomination

2. gross revenue pledge

3. taxable bond

4. BB rating

5. pc

6. call provision

7. Treasury receipt

8. Ginnie Mae

9. Eurodollar bond

10. multi-callable bond

11. capped note

12. maturity schedule

13. irregular coupon

14. Discount

15. first call date

16. underperformer

17. asset allocation

18. amortization of premium

19. bond calendar

20. Certificate of Government Receipts (COUGRs)

21. lost instrument bond

22. recapitalization

23. bill pass

24. Liberty Bond

25. dollar bond

26. hurricane bond

27. value

28. conversion parity price

29. Association of International Bond Dealers (AIBD)

30. conversion value

31. call date

32. bond circular

33. triple exemption

34. full

35. net interest cost (NIC)

36. U.S. Savings Bond Adjustment

37. indemnity bond

38. business risk

39. Term

40. Call

41. block positioner

42. interest rate risk

43. flight to quality

44. consumer debenture

45. Canada savings bond

46. bond ladders

47. blended yield to maturity

48. financial market

49. forward

50. Conversion

51. mortgage cash flow obligation (MCFO)

52. best bid

53. Chief Financial Officer

54. Finance

55. Budget

56. participating GIC

57. Bond Buyer 20

58. budgetary control

59. municipal investment trust

60. access bond

61. ISIN

62. muni fund

63. capital market efficiency

64. Federal National Mortgage Association

65. MBIA

66. conversion ratio

67. sinkable bond

68. allocation

69. fixed income fund

70. Treasury real yield curve

71. at par

72. arbitrage bond

73. fixed income instruments

74. Nine-Bond Rule

75. investment security

76. digested security

77. basis book

78. arrears swap

79. bond risk premium

80. direct access notes (DANs)

81. limitation on merger, consolidation, or sale

82. Commercial Paper

83. Bolsa Mexicana De Valores

84. inflation-adjusted principal

85. pure discount instrument

86. construction bond

87. yield elbow

88. municipal note

89. citizen bond

90. Collateralized Mortgage Obligation

91. Baby bond

92. negotiable security

93. 501-(C)(3) bond

94. municipal convertible

95. liquidity risk

96. Secondary Market

97. cash bond

98. green bond

99. new money

100. assignment form

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529 College Savings Plan

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Each 529 college savings plan is sponsored by a particular state or group of states, and while each plan is a little different, they share many basic elements. When you invest in a 529 savings plan, any earnings in your account accumulate tax free, and you can make federally tax-free withdrawals to pay for qualified educational expenses, such as college tuition, room and board, and books at any accredited college, university, vocational, or technical program in the United States and a number of institutions overseas. Some states also exempt earnings from state income tax, and may offer additional advantages to state residents, such as tax deductions for contributions.You must name a beneficiary when you open a 529 savings plan account, but you may change beneficiaries if you wish, as long as the new beneficiary is a member of the same extended family as the original beneficiary.In most cases, you may choose any state's plan, even if neither you nor your beneficiary live in that state. There are no income limits restricting who can contribute to a plan, and the lifetime contributions are more than $300,000 in some states.You can make a one-time contribution of $60,000 without incurring potential gift tax, provided you don't make another contribution for five years. Or, you may prefer to add smaller amounts, up to the annual gift exclusion.

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