What is a Bond

A bond is a fixed income investment in which an investor loans money to an entity (typically corporate or governmental) which borrows the funds for a defined period of time at a variable or fixed interest rate. Bonds are used by companies, municipalities, states and sovereign governments to raise money and finance a variety of projects and activities. Owners of bonds are debtholders, or creditors, of the issuer.

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With Best Capital Bond, you are in great hands. 8% of fixed income on annual basis will be deposited to your bank account every quarter. Peace of mind that dedicated and experienced team will protect your investment like our own. We built long lasting relationships in the preservation of capital for our bondholders through four dimensions of TRUST: Truth, Reliability, Competence and Care.

Investors Get Paid First

Investors Get Paid First

8% Fixed Income

8% Fixed Income

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Registered Plan Eligible

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Experienced Team

3%+ Gross Income Goes To Local Charities

3%+ Gross Income Goes To Local Charities

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Reverse Mortgage: Definition and Advantages

A reverse mortgage is a type of home equity loan that is most effective for Canadian citizens who are aged 55 or more. The reverse mortgage is very much similar to a second mortgage, and basically is a loan that you have secured against your home’s value. Reverse mortgages provide homeowners with the ability to…

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How to Find out Details About Your Unused RRSP Contributions?

Before beginning this article, it is important to note that unused RRSP contributions are in no way similar to RRSP contribution room. The most reliable and efficient way to check unused RRSP contributions that you have is by logging in or registering an online account belonging to Canadian Revenue Agency. Checking the latest Notice of…

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Tax Free Savings Account

The Tax Free Savings Account (TSFA) is a savings account available in Canada, which promotes tax savings. Dividends and capital gains are usually what the Tax Free Savings Account is utilised for. The TFSA usually has income that is left over from savings. This income is non-taxable, even if it is withdrawn for personal purposes. …

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