Fixed Income Instruments

Business / Finance / Fixed Income Instruments: Also called a busted convertible. Convertible security that is trading like a straight security because the optioned common stock is trading well below the conversion price.

Other Words for Fixed

Fixed Noun Synonyms: fastened, attached, anchored, set, secure(d), firm, stable, settled, immovable, immobile, stationary, rigid, rooted, solid, immobilized, stuck
Fixed Adjective Synonyms: settled, resolved, agreed, regular, habitual, decided, arranged, prearranged, definite, established
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Other Words for Income

Income Adjective Synonyms: return, revenue(s), receipts, proceeds, profit(s), gain(s), takings
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Income Taxes Payable

Business / Accounting / Income Taxes Payable: The amount expected to be paid to the federal and state governments based on the income before taxes reported on t he income statement. MORE

Instruments

Business / Finance / Instruments: Notes issued by a federal agency whose obligations are guaranteed by the full-faith-and-credit of the government, even though the agency's responsibilities are not necessarily those of the U.S. govern MORE

Interest Income

Business / Finance / Interest Income: Interest expense is the money the corporation or individual pays out in interest on loans. MORE

Income Tax Expense

Business / Finance / Income Tax Expense: A state or federal government's levy on individuals as personal income tax and on the earnings of corporations as corporate income tax. MORE

Income Tax

Business / Debt / Income Tax: In most countries income tax is progressive on successive slices of income, so that the more you earn the higher the incremental rates of tax you pay. In many countries, everyone is allowed to make a MORE

Income Statement (Statement Of Operations)

Business / Finance / Income Statement (Statement Of Operations): A financial report that shows a company's performance over a specified period of time by subtracting expenses from revenue to obtain net income. Also known as a profit and loss statement (P&L) or an e MORE

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