AMORTIZABLE BOND PREMIUM
It is a term in taxation that refers to the excess of the premium paid above and over the bond’s face value. The premium could be deductible tax and amortized on a pro-rata basis over the bond’s life depending on the bond’s type.
When the bond’s price increases in the secondary market because of the market interest rates’ drop, bond premiums occur.
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