income bond

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income bond

n.
A long-term debt security in which the issuer is required to pay interest only when interest is earned.

income bond

n
(Banking & Finance) a bond that pays interest at a rate in direct proportion to the issuer's earnings
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I have just invested pounds 60,000 in income bonds for my mother.
A National Savings Five-year Pensioner Guaranteed Income Bonds pay a guaranteed 7 per cent payable monthly on pounds 500 and upwards.
As an example, those aged 60 and over wanting a monthly income have the choice from National Savings of investing in variable rate Income Bonds, currently offering seven per cent to 7.
The website features a brand new retail channel, so customers can apply online to buy six NS&I products: cash mini ISA, fixed interest savings certificates, fixed rate savings bonds, income bonds, index-linked savings certificates and pensioners guaranteed income bonds.
These include distribution bonds, with-profit bonds, high income bonds, corporate bond funds and property funds.
I have been told guaranteed income bonds might suit me, can you tell me more about them please?
Given the record amount of supply issued during the quarter, the municipal market still managed to outperform taxable fixed income bonds.
45 per cent, while Pensioner Guaranteed Income Bonds will see rates drop.
Guaranteed Income bonds will give you a fixed income currently better than deposit accounts and will guarantee to return your capital as long as you stay to the end of the investment period.
Examples of NextSet's business applications include trading web optimization systems for vertical markets such as travel or high technology contract manufacturing and high performance trading systems for fixed income bonds, derivatives or other finance-related markets.
A SEVERAL high or extra income bonds allow you to transfer money from your ISA while keeping the tax- free benefits.
Guaranteed income bonds and distribution bonds sold by the major insurance firms are another safety-first vehicle, although the downturn has resulted in diminishing bonus declarations, just like with-profits bonds.