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MSB AC 330 XM2

MSB GovNFP Unit 8

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Annuity serial bonds Bonds for which the amount of annual principal repayment is scheduled to increase each year by aproximately the same amount that interest payments decrease.
Deferred serial bonds Serial bonds in which the first installment does not fall due for two or more years from the date of issue.
Irregular serial bonds Bonds payable in which the total principal is repayable, but the repayment plan does not fit the definitions of regular serial bonds, deferred serial bonds, or term bonds.
Regular serial bonds Bonds payable in which the total principal is repayable in a specified number of equal annual installments.
Fair value The amount at which a financial instrument could be exchanged in a current transaction between willing parties other than in a forced or liquidation sale.
In-substance defeasance A transaction in which low risk U.S. government securities are placed into an irrevocable trust for the benefit of debt holders, and the liability for the debt is removed from the accounts of the entity even though the debt has not been repaid.
Legal defeasance A transaction in which debt is legally satisfied based on certain provisions in the debt instrument even though the debt has not been repaid.
Pollution remediation obligations Obligations that arise from responsibilities related to the cleanup of hazardous waste resulting from existing pollution.
Tax-supported debt All debt secured by pledges of tax revenues.
Transfers made from other funds to the debt service fund are budgeted as an estimated other financing source and when the transfers are recognized are recorded as what? Interfund transfers in
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