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Investment bonds


Surprising advantages I’m saying no, and for a reason you might not expect: it is actually possible that your bond funds will benefit from rising interest rates, if you reinvest the dividends, only make modest withdrawals. and plan to hold the funds for 20 years. or more. This is because your fund buys the higher …

Investment bonds can be an effective strategy for people subject to marginal tax rates above 30%, writes David Barrett. As the 2017 federal budget dabbled in housing affordability, sought to reign over federal spending on higher education, and sought to get big banks and large multinationals to fund a series of promises. From spending through …

Building wealth is a key priority for financial advisers and investors, especially after the GFC and as people live longer in retirement. The 2015 Intergenerational Report showed that a 70-year-old retiree today can expect to live another 17 years for a man and 19 more for a woman. Many people ignore the fact that their …

For better or for worse, the retirement pension is still viewed as the ultimate investment vehicle for achieving long-term wealth goals. Yet in the decade-long rush to take advantage of generous pension tax breaks, many attractive investment products with similar tax breaks have been largely overlooked. Let’s take a look at a once-often-overlooked, but increasingly …

ISLAMABAD: The finance ministry, while explaining its strategy of shifting from short-term debt to long-term debt, said the market appetite for long-term securities only increases when interest rates drop. interest is declining. “It is only in such an environment that large lots can be obtained within a narrow price range,” he said in a statement …

THE banking sector, which has faced tight regulations in an environment of falling interest rates, has found a new way to strengthen its profitability in the form of large investments in Pakistani investment bonds. Like the huge turnout at the last GDP auction, banks have maintained their stance to lock in higher yields on these …