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1. generation-skipping transfer

2. exempt

3. Consumer Debt

4. Fiscal Policy

5. Federal tax lien

6. decedent deduction

7. non dom

8. LLC

9. W-4V Form

10. Tax-deductible

11. W-4S Form

12. W-4P Form

13. tax incidence

14. negative income tax

15. Tax Lien

16. 408(k) plan

17. W-9S Form

18. 1040-X Form

19. evaluator

20. airport revenue bond

21. indirect tax

22. tax sale

23. business rate

24. capital dividend account (CDA)

25. 1120-F Form Schedule M-3

26. Social Security Tax

27. Tax refund

28. Tax holiday

29. Abusive tax shelter

30. Department of the Treasury

31. 1120-RIC Form

32. tax year

33. VAT inspector

34. Estate tax

35. real wages

36. adjustments to income

37. Inland Revenue

38. variable prepaid forward contract

39. tax deposit certificate

40. standard mileage rate

41. before-tax income

42. Loophole

43. effective tax rate

44. 4868 Form

45. ESOP

46. net operating loss deduction

47. Appraisal

48. tax relief

49. tax-free

50. Revenue sharing

51. minimum distribution

52. Registered Retirement Savings Plan

53. Simplified Employee Pension IRA

54. Personal Allowance

55. Return

56. tax attribute

57. tax deferral

58. after-tax contributions

59. fiscal agent

60. Federal Unemployment Tax Act

61. 1099-INT Form

62. 1040 Form Schedule F

63. foreign investment funds tax (FIF Tax)

64. Laffer Curve

65. Audit committee

66. tax lot

67. revenue anticipation note

68. fair tax

69. NRWT

70. Pay-As-You-Go

71. tax increment financing

72. ESA

73. interperiod income tax allocation

74. effective income tax rate

75. loss carryover

76. IT

77. Bracket Creep

78. income tax lien

79. separate tax returns

80. innocent-spouse rule

81. gross

82. 1120-F Form Schedule V

83. W-2C Form

84. income tax payable

85. overlapping debt

86. child and dependent care credit

87. NSO

88. cost segregation

89. Salary Reduction Simplified Employee Pension Plan

90. 1040-A Form

91. 1099-DIV Form

92. U.S. Government Agency Security

93. Conduit IRA

94. assessment of deficiency

95. specified investment flow-through tax (SIFT)

96. 1120-IC-DISC Form Schedule P

97. tax-efficient

98. backup withholding

99. 1040 Form Schedule H

100. 1040 Form Schedule B

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Jumbo CD

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Jumbo CDs are large-denomination certificates of deposit with balances of at least $100,000, and sometimes $1 million or more. They tend to pay higher rates than smaller CDs and are purchased primarily by institutional investors. However, they're increasingly marketed to individual investors as low-risk, fixed-income assets. Jumbo CDs may be negotiable or non-negotiable. Negotiable CDs may be traded in the secondary market and are often issued in bearer form, which means that physical possession of the paper document is the sole proof of ownership. The banks that sell bearer CDs keep no records of ownership.Non-negotiable Jumbo CDs, like conventional CDs, remain on deposit in the bank that issued them and are held in the name of the purchaser. These Jumbo CDs, like other bank deposits, are FDIC insured, up to $100,000 per depositor in different categories of taxable accounts in each bank and up to $250,000 if they are held in self-directed retirement accounts, such as individual retirement accounts (IRAs).

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