Certificate of Indebtedness

Certificate of Indebtedness
A short-term fixed income security issued by the United States Treasury that has a coupon.

Unlike treasury bills—which are sold at a discount and mature at par value without a coupon payment—certificates of indebtedness offer fixed coupon payments. Certificates of indebtedness typically mature in one year or less.

Investment dictionary. . 2012.

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