It is a zero-coupon bond that is issued by some states in order to help families in saving for tuition in college by addition of other tax benefits. These bonds are offered by many states now and are free of tax securities that allow these states to have reasonable rates when lending, while issuing tax-free bullet bonds to the public wishing to save over a period of time for other post secondary expenses like tuition.
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Fixed Income Forward
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Why Are Millennials Overly Worried About Retirement?
Ensure Diversification of Clients` Investments
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SEE FOREX TUTORIAL
Retirement Planning: Allocating and Diversifying
Introduction to Banking
Macroeconomics: A Brief History
Ethical Investing: Activism and Advocacy of Shareholders
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