Taxable Bonds

Unsecured Bonds

A bond that has no specified source of collateral is considered an unsecured debt instrument. Therefore, unsecured debt often pays higher yields than secured debt due to lack of a direct collateral coverage. There are two types of unsecured debt: debentures and subordinated debentures.

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