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What is the price in dollar of a US government 8.875% 2019 Treasury bond for "147.23"

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Even if you don't know much about financial issues, don't worry. I'll explain what bonds are to you in a really simple way.
Bonds sound complicated but really it's all about borrowing and lending money.
Governments and companies need money - it's a simple fact and to get funds they need they need to borrow from places other than just the bank. It's common practice to raise money by issuing bonds to the public financial market.
What does this actually mean?
Public investors (ie could be you or I), lend some of their money capital ie savings to these companies or governments.
You then become the lender and the bonds are sold by an organization that sorts it all out, and they are called the issuer.
In return for lending their capital, the issuer pays the lender something for it. Usually this is done through interest payments that are usually pre agreed.
A date is fixed by which the issuer has to return the money to the lender. This is known in the financial world as the maturity date.
Bonds are a fairly low risk way of enjoying fixed income securities, because you know in advance how money you'll make in addition to the money returned to you after the fixed period of time passes.

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A list of assets for a Will does or does not contain liquid investments and insurance ?


Definition of 'Liquid Asset'
An asset that can be converted into cash quickly and with minimal impact to the price received. Liquid assets are generally regarded in the same light as cash because their prices are relatively stable when they are sold on the open market. icon_inv.png Investopedia explains 'Liquid Asset'
For an asset to be liquid it needs an esta-blished market with enough participants to absorb the selling without materially impacting the price of the asset. There also needs to be a relative ease in the transfer of ownership and the movement of the asset. Liquid assets include most stocks, money market instru-ments and government bonds. The foreign exchange market is deemed to be the most liquid market in the world because trillions of dollars exchange hands each day, making it impossible for any one individual to influence the exchange rate.

ANOTHER WEBSITE POSTS: Liquid assets are cash on hand or any tangible or intangible item that can be converted quickly and easily into cash, typically within 20 days, without losing much of their value. These assetsare among the most basic types of financial resources used by consumers, businesses, and investors. Cash and checking accounts are the two most obvious forms of liquid assets.

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Do liquid assets in a will exist with personal property assets ?


Liquid assets are cash on hand or any tangible or intangible item that can be converted quickly and easily into cash, typically within 20 days, without losing much of their value. These assetsare among the most basic types of financial resources used by consumers, businesses, and investors. Cash and checking accounts are the two most obvious forms of liquid assets.

Definition of 'Liquid Asset'
An asset that can be converted into cash quickly and with minimal impact to the price received. Liquid assets are generally regarded in the same light as cash because their prices are relatively stable when they are sold on the open market.
when they are sold on the open market. icon_inv.png Investopedia explains 'Liquid Asset'
For an asset to be liquid it needs an established market with enough participants to absorb the selling without materially impacting the price of the asset. There also needs to be a relative ease in the transfer of ownership and the movement of the asset. Liquid assets include most stocks, money market instruments and government bonds. The foreign exchange market is deemed to be the most liquid market in the world because trillions of dollars exchange hands each day, making it impossible for any one individual to influence the exchange rate.

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Lost premium bond


Since cell phones did not exist in 1963, I assume you are referring to a Savings Bond. Use the attached form to file for a replacement with the US Treasury.

http://www.treasurydirect.gov/forms/sav1048.pdf

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Look for the date on the bill itself. Maybe near the signature of the Secretary of the Treasury.

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A municipal bond is when the state/local government borrows money through bonds. People like these types of bonds because they are generally free from federal income tax. The bond is used for government projects.

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A bond is a type of loan. The person who gets the bond is the one lending the money. They get the bond from the issuer who is the debtor. The actual bond, the coupon, is the interest. Bonds give the borrower outside money to finance a long-term investment.

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Can canadians invest in indian government bonds?


I think you can safely invest/buy government bonds. The nationality does not matter as far as I know. The Indian government is just interested in funds regardless of where you are from. The vice versa case will be true as well.
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