Social security tax
Social security taxIn the US, a federal tax imposed on income and paid equally by employer and employee up to a maximum income level.
Credit linked securityCredit linked security
A note whose cash flow depends upon a credit event or credit measure of a referenced entity or asset such as default, credit spread, or rating change. The manager would purchase such a note to hedge against possible down grades, or loan defaults that would guarantee payment into the portfolio of the manager even if moneys on referenced assets are reduced.
Federal agency securityFederal agency security
In the US, a debt instrument with a high level of safety issued by a federal agency.
Tax exempt securityTax exempt security
An obligation whose interest is tax-exempt, often called a municipal bond, offered by a country, state, town, or any political district.
Security Market LineSecurity Market Line
The linear relationship between expected asset returns and betas posited by the Capital Asset Pricing Model.
Collateral securityCollateral security
Additional security a borrower supplies to obtain a loan.
Further Suggestionssocial security disability income insurance
Security deposit (initial)
Monthly income preferred security (MIP)
Asset backed security
Zero coupon convertible security
Beta equation (security)
Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA)
Security selection decision
Variable price security
high grade security
Additional security fee
Money market security
Social Security Disability Income Insurance