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Financial terms in "Stocks"

1. stock market crash

2. Stock split

3. cash or title option

4. next futures contract

5. legal list

6. Tracking stock

7. treasury stock method

8. collar

9. best bid

10. IP-backed

11. loan stock

12. Omnibus account

13. convertible debenture

14. EMU Index

15. Income Fund

16. irredeemable bond

17. Form 8Q

18. Float

19. futures commission merchant

20. granular portfolio

21. selloff

22. Discretionary Order

23. close corporation plan

24. price multiple

25. Effective yield

26. qualifying disposition

27. arm's length market

28. earnings multiplier

29. redeem

30. Real option

31. Redemption

32. investment mix

33. Domini 400 Social Index

34. convertible loan stock

35. Insured bond

36. relative value

37. Debt Security

38. Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA)

39. Open Offer

40. growth stock

41. Prerefunding

42. index shares

43. cash flow matching

44. Form 3

45. debt-convertible bond

46. shareholder value

47. Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE)

48. Conversion price

49. lapsed option

50. convertible security

51. Stock certificate

52. capital formation

53. Private Company

54. Short position

55. maintenance bond

56. market risk premium

57. direct purchase program

58. Carrying value

59. country risk premium (CRP)

60. Haircut

61. closed joint stock company

62. undervalued stock

63. Ex-dividend

64. accumulation/distribution

65. Berne Exchange (BX)

66. Bombay Stock Echange (BSE)

67. Prague Stock Exchange

68. bonus share

69. covered bond

70. capital movement

71. married put and stock

72. doji

73. diversity score

74. preservation of capital

75. accommodation trading

76. Carryover

77. Bull

78. Cash flow per common share

79. ISEE Sentiment Indicator

80. shelf registration

81. negotiable security

82. stated rate auction preferred stock

83. FTSE

84. antidilutive

85. sell order imbalance

86. Exercise

87. junior equity

88. cheap stock

89. price to cash flow ratio

90. close location value (CLV)

91. strippable bond

92. Regulation S

93. GNMA

94. delivery vs. receipt

95. Noncallable

96. agreement among underwriters

97. distribution line

98. Treasuries

99. Unlisted

100. Money manager

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Tax Exempt

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Some investments are tax exempt, which means you don't have to pay income tax on the earnings they produce.For example, the interest you receive on a municipal bond is generally exempt from federal income tax, and also exempt from state and local income tax if you live in the state where the bond was issued. However, if you sell the bond before maturity, any capital gain is taxable.Similarly, dividends on bond mutual funds that invest in municipal bonds are exempt from federal income tax. And for residents of the issuing state for single-state funds, the dividends are also exempt from state and local taxes. capital gains on these funds are never tax exempt.Earnings in a roth ira are tax exempt when you withdraw them, provided your account has been open for five years or more and you're at least 59 1/2 years old. And earnings in 529 college savings plans and coverdell education savings accounts (ESAs) are also tax exempt if the money is used to pay qualified education expenses.When an organization such as a religious, educational, or charitable institution, or other not-for-profit group, is tax-exempt, it does not owe tax of any kind to federal, state, and local governments. In addition, you can take an income tax deduction for gifts you make to such organizations.

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