fixed income

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Related to Fixed income security: Fixed income instruments, Income Bonds

fixed income

n.
1. A regular income that does not vary in amount: a retiree living on a fixed income.
2. Investments, such as bonds, that have a fixed yield: a fund that invests in fixed income.

fixed′-in′come′ adj.
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