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1. neutral conductor

2. nominal GDP

3. NSCC

4. National Welfare Fund (Russia)

5. negative arbitrage

6. National Accountant

7. neutralize

8. National Association Of State Boards Of Accountancy - NASBA

9. North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)

10. negotiated sale

11. nexus

12. nonlegal

13. Nominal Value (of A Debt Instrument)

14. Noise (Environmental)

15. Nasdaq-100 After Hours Indicator

16. National Society of Accountants

17. NZ

18. Net New Savings

19. Non-life Insurance Premiums

20. named nonowner coverage

21. never nester

22. Non-measured Activity

23. Net Price

24. Netting

25. National Securities Markets Improvement Act Of 1996 (NSMIA)

26. Noninterest-bearing note

27. Notice Of Appeal

28. net internal rate of return (net IRR)

29. notes payable

30. Not Taken

31. Nonsolicitation Agreement

32. nail

33. Nullification And Impairment

34. nonsuit

35. Noncurrent Assets

36. No-Fault Divorce

37. NVI

38. Nonresidential Mortgage Loan

39. Noncompete

40. Narrow Money

41. Notional Principal

42. National Association of Home Builders of the U.S.

43. Negative Serial Correlation

44. net after taxes

45. nonparticipating life insurance policy

46. Non-point Source Of Pollution

47. Normalize

48. norman brick

49. Non-Departmental Public Body

50. News Trader

51. Net Migration

52. notice of publication

53. NPL

54. negotiated commission

55. National Foundation For Consumer Credit - NFCC

56. notice of nonresponsibility

57. Novemnonagintillion

58. Neuchatel Terminology

59. Nominal Gross Domestic Product (GDP)

60. NUTS

61. nipple

62. Nontradables

63. NOE

64. National tax policy

65. Nonmonetary assets and liabilities

66. Navigable Lake

67. not in my back yard

68. Notice of Sale

69. Ntsc

70. non-assumption clause

71. nonratable elements

72. non-acceptance

73. non-alienation clause

74. nonimputation provision

75. NAIC

76. National Association of Purchasing Managers index

77. Net Liability Balance Sheet Exposure

78. neutral strategy

79. NYSE Amex Composite Index

80. nominal value

81. nationalised industry

82. Non-voting Stocks

83. natural capital

84. newel cap

85. Non-measured Economy

86. No-Contest Clause

87. naked call

88. Nieue Dollar

89. No change scenario

90. Non-debt Liabilities

91. non-cash charge

92. Net Present Value (NPV) Of Debt

93. net short

94. night seal

95. narrative report

96. Non-null Hypothesis

97. nonagon

98. New England farm house

99. nonderivative suits

100. National Territory

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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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