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Bonds are debt investment instruments through which investors give out loans to government and corporate entities. The latter borrow funding at fixed interest and for a specified period. Bonds are a main asset class, together with cash equivalents and stocks. They also fall under the category of fixed-income securities. The issuer or the indebted entity issues bonds with certain interest rate, which are payable at the maturity date of the bond principal (the loaned money). Bonds earn interest which is typically paid semi-annually, i.e. twice a year.
Basically, a bond is similar to a loan, whereby the holder is a creditor and the issuer is debtor. The funds can be used to finance current expenditure, e.g. government bonds, or long-term investments. Three features of bonds should be mentioned, the bond principal, nominal, and face amount, on which borrowers pay interest. The redemption amount of some structured bonds may differ from the face amount. The redemption amount may be also linked to certain assets and their performance, such as a foreign exchange, commodity or stock index, or fund. Because of this, investors may receive more or less than what they originally invested. 
The price at which bonds are bought by investors when issued is called issue price. It is usually roughly equal to the nominal amount. Issuers receive net proceeds in the form of the issue price, minus the issuance fees. The date of maturity is the date on which the nominal amount is to be repaid by the issuer. In case the issuer has made all payments, it does not have any obligations to the bond holders. Bonds vary with regard to maturities. For example, some bonds have a maturity of one hundred years, and some will never mature. Maturity is one factor that determines the type of security. Bonds are long-term instruments with maturities of over 12 years while notes are medium term instruments with maturities in the range of 6 – 12 years.

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A loan is a financial transaction in which one party - the lender - agrees to give another party - the borrower a specific amount of money which must be paid back in full.
There will also be interest payments at an agreed rate, and sometimes there are additional charges for the administration of the loan by the lender. The terms and conditions of a loan will vary from lender to lender but will be specified in the contract. The lender can ask for interest payments in addition to the original amount of the loan which is also sometimes known as the principal. The borrower must adhere to the repayment terms stated in the contract especially repayment dates and interest rates. Some lenders may also assign financial penalties for missed or late payments. Loans come in all shapes and sizes but overall there are two main types, secured and unsecured loans. With a secured loan the lender can force the sale of the asset the borrower has offered as security against the loan. On the other hand for an unsecured loan the lender relies on the borrower's promise to pay the money back.

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Small Saving

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Are you looking at some simple tax saving instruments? If so, small saving schemes are an attractive option. Moreover considering the returns it is not a bad investment vehicle either, if you are not too particular about the lack of liquidity of such schemes. These small saving schemes have been time-honored tax saving vehicles, designed to provide safe and attractive investment options to the public, at the same time to mobilize resources for development. Small Savings constitute a major resource to execute welfare activities of the Government.

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