BEARER BOND Definition

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BEARER BOND is a fixed income security that does not have the owner's name registered on it. This type of instrument is now generally available only with maturities of one year or less because of changes in federal law.

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DEFERRED TAX LIABILITIES have an effect of increasing future years income tax payments, which indicates that they are accrued income taxes and meet definition of liabilities. Whereas deferred tax assets have an effect of decreasing future income tax payments, which indicates that they are prepaid income taxes and meet definition of assets.

FIXED BUDGET is a budget that is not adjusted for changes in the volume of service. See FLEXIBLE BUDGET.

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