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Financial terms in "Bonds and Treasuries"

1. interest rate collar

2. Euro certificate of deposit (EURO CD)

3. certificateless municipal bond

4. debt-based asset

5. short-term funding

6. Unlisted

7. negative arbitrage

8. Bond Buyer 20

9. matured non-interest-bearing debt

10. called bond

11. longevity bond

12. general mortgage bond

13. bull and bear bonds

14. undiversifiable risk

15. Noncompetitive bid

16. closed period

17. convertible bond arbitrage

18. Chief Financial Officer

19. deferment period

20. digested security

21. jump Z-tranche

22. CLO

23. Moody's Investment Grade (MIG)

24. Treasury Investment Growth Receipts (TIGRs)

25. bear flattener

26. dual currency swap

27. Euroyen bond

28. Derivative

29. bond market index

30. zero curve

31. Eurodollar bond

32. Face value

33. junior

34. Ginnie Mae

35. 501-(C)(3) bond

36. agency security

37. denomination

38. capital budgeting

39. cash budget

40. depository trust and clearing corporation

41. equity linked Eurobond

42. levered free cash flow

43. deliverable bills

44. spot rate Treasury curve

45. CMO

46. Commodity Research Bureau Index (CRB)

47. mortgage spread duration

48. best bid

49. yield burning

50. project completion restriction

51. swap dealer

52. payment-in-kind security

53. semi-annual bond basis (SABB)

54. Conversion

55. flat trades

56. anticipation note

57. pure discount instrument

58. Debt

59. municipal over bond (MOB) spread

60. full coupon bond

61. combination bond

62. Treasurer

63. FHLMC

64. convertible exchangeable preferred stock

65. non-interest-bearing note

66. worth

67. crossover refunded

68. GNMA

69. interest rate risk

70. treasury yield

71. discounted

72. outside financing

73. bear steepener

74. maturity schedule

75. municipal investment trust

76. par

77. modified duration

78. Non-Callable

79. domestic bond

80. coupon bond

81. G7 bond

82. international bond

83. private sector pass-through

84. Treasury real yield curve

85. Level 2 asset

86. bearer

87. Conversion option

88. Iceland Stock Exchange (ICEX)

89. certificate

90. CCC rating

91. normal yield curve

92. Fitch Investors Service

93. duration gap

94. circular

95. convertible subordinate note

96. pass-through

97. exchangeable bond

98. consolidated bond

99. alpha generator

100. performance bond

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Nonprofit

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Charitable, cultural, and educational organizations that exist for reasons other than providing a profit for its owners, directors, or members are nonprofit organizations. However, these organizations can generate income to pay for their activities, salaries, and overhead by charging for services, making investments, and soliciting donations and memberships. A nonprofit arts center, for instance, may charge patrons for tickets and event subscriptions. Nonprofits incorporate in the states where they operate and are exempt from the state income taxes that for-profit corporations must pay. Some but not all qualify for federal tax-exempt status under section 501(c)(3) of the internal revenue code. Contributions to those qualifying organizations are tax deductible, though tax rules govern the percentage of your income you may deduct for gifts to different types of nonprofits.In exchange for these tax benefits, nonprofits must comply with some of the same financial reporting rules that for-profit corporations follow. For instance, nonprofits generally must follow corporate governance rules and make their financial reports available to the public.

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