The amount of compensation for the use of borrowed money paid to the bondholders by the Issuer or the Borrower. The amount of Interest paid by the Issuer or the Borrower is based on the Interest Rate for the Bond and the time between each Interest Payment Date.

Preparing Bonds

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Interest Rate

The rate expressed as a percentage of the principal amount of a bond used to determine the amount of interest to be paid by the issuer or the borrower.

Interest Payment Dates

The dates when interest on a bond is payable, usually semiannually and usually on the first or fifteenth day of the month.


The face amount or par amount of a bond, not including interest, payable on its maturity date.

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The deemed new issuance of outstanding tax-exempt bonds for federal tax purposes under Section 1001 of the Code and Treasury Regulations Section 1.1001-3 as a result of certain changes to the terms of the tax-exempt bonds after original issuance of such tax-exempt bonds.