investment bond


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investment bond

n
(Insurance) a single-premium life-assurance policy in which a fixed sum is invested in an asset-backed fund
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4 million dollars in an Isle of Man based investment bond with Zurich Life in 2005.
When an investment bond is held onshore in the United Kingdom it is deemed to have paid 20% income tax even if the plan owner pays less tax.
We encourage local educators and investors to take time to study the idea of social investment bonds as one possible way to tackle the ever rising costs of special education.
In case Islamic banks/branches have surplus/enough investment in the Islamic Investment Bond and subsequently faces liquidity crisis then the bank/branch may overcome the crisis by availing of investment facilities from the Islamic Bond Fund against lien of their over-purchased Islamic bonds.
Global Banking News-September 7, 2010--Prudential to sell investment bonds through Santander(C)2010 ENPublishing - http://www.
If you like the predictability of a bank account, you can have your money in a bank account inside the investment bond.
The advantage of an investment bond in your situation is that the fund could be left to grow without any immediate extra tax for you and, if you become a basic-rate taxpayer when you retire, you could escape any tax in the future.
2%, the investment bond will provide a valuable boost for savers who have been affected by low interest rates.
I have an investment bond which I have held for 15 years, and I have been advised that the chargeable gain if I surrender it is PS120,000.
ATHE provider of your investment bond must produce a certificate on surrender and notify the taxman.