Treasury Bonds

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Definition: Treasury Bonds

Treasury  bonds are issued  by the US government . The period of issue is for a maximum of 30 years. Interest is paid every six months. These  can be redeemable  before the allotted  period of maturity .

The taxes on the  bonds  cannot be levied by the respective state governments and  legislatures

The  only beneficiary of the treasury bond taxes is the central government .

The  yield on these bonds depends a  lot on the investor’s sentiments.


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