GENERAL OBLIGATION BOND Definition

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GENERAL OBLIGATION BOND (GO) is a municipal bond that represents the full taxing power of the issuing authority behind the repayment of principal and interest.

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COST OBJECT is anything for which cost data is desired, e.g., products, product lines, customers, jobs, and organizational sub-units such as departments or divisions of a company.

MANAGEMENT is those in charge of running a business or in the act of managing something.

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