A bond represents a loan made by an investor to a borrower. It’s an IOU between the lender and borrower, commonly used by companies, municipalities, states and sovereign governments to finance projects.
Face Value - The money amount the bond will be worth at maturity.
Coupon Rate - Rate of interest the bond issuer will pay on the face value of the bond.
Coupon dates - Dates on which the bond issuer will make payments.
Maturity Date - Date on which the bond will mature and issuer will pay the bondholder the face value.
Issue Price - Price at which bond is initially issued.
Taxes on Bonds:
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