FLOWER BOND Definition

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FLOWER BOND is a U.S. Treasury bond, issued in the 1950s and 1960s, that may be tendered at par value for payment of federal estate taxes, even though its market price may be substantially less.

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FLOAT MANAGEMENT is to manage depository or checking accounts that do not have any returns associated with them, i.e. it is poor stewardship to leave too much money in checking accounts or other locations that do not maximize returns on that cash, i.e. do not or minimally earn interest income.

OMB is Office of Management and Budget.

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