baby bond


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baby bond

n.
A bond issued in an amount less than $1,000.

baby bond

n
(Banking & Finance) Brit a sum of money invested shortly after the birth of a child, the returns of which may not be collected until the child reaches adulthood
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But the higher the amount of the Baby Bond goes, the greater the cost for the federal government.
Webcams help baby bond WEBCAMS can help improve early bonding between parents and premature babies, a study has found.
government should create, along with a Social Security number, a savings account for that child into which between $5,000 and $7,500 is placed--called a baby bond or, as some prefer to call it, a service bond.
Positive touch offered by the parents has been shown to be more beneficial for the well being of these fragile babies and importantly supports the development of a strong parent/ baby bond, which is the foundation of attachment parenting--the philosophy of the IAIM.
It launched an election film portraying the "nightmare" of a Conserva1tive victory, in which families in a typical surburban street are visited by a grey-suited government official who tells them that Conservatives have stopped Child Tax Credit payments to families "on middle and modest incomes" (actually pounds 50,000) and have stopped Child Trust Fund baby bond payments for families with incomes over pounds 16,000.
Baby Bond was born on December 12, 2004 in Cape Girardeau, Missouri to Ibbaanika Bond.
Tunbridge Wells Equitable's Baby Bond (0500 110011) is one of the most popular on the market.
2001: The Government announced plans to give every baby pounds 500 in a baby bond, which could be worth pounds 3,000 by the time they were 18.
I THINK the idea of the Baby Bond is good in that it will help young people when they are becoming independent, which is a difficult time.
MODEL CHILD Olga Kurylenko aged three growing up in the Ukraine; TRAD RAGS At 7 in native dress; BABY BOND At eight months with mum; SHOOT TO THRILL In film; BOND VOYAGE Olga, 17, with pal Aleksey Vasilyev, gran Yelena and mum
Take-up of Gordon Brown's flagship baby bond scheme is lower in low-income areas and in Wales as a whole than in the affluent south-east of England, Treasury figures released last night show.