The Difference between U.S. and Israeli Bonds

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Doug Goldstein November 15, 2018

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Even though a bond is considered a loan to a corporation/government/municipality, different types of bonds function differently. In fact, there is a difference between U.S. and Israeli bonds.

The difference between U.S. and Israeli bonds is specifically in municipal bonds. Municipal bonds are a specific kind of bond that are free from local, state, and federal tax. In an effort to get investors to support municipal bonds, they are frequently tax-free in America. However, these bonds are not recognized as tax-free in Israel. Therefore, the yield they have may not be a “true” yield taking foreign taxes into account.

Learn about what types of bond are appropriate for you. Should you invest in U.S. or Israeli bonds?

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