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Government Financial Careers: What To Expect

Federal and local governments always need finance and accounting graduates in jobs ranging from financial and credit analysts to tax examiners and accountants. Before you start your next job search, consider public service positions for the job security and opportunity to help your community. We'll look at how can you land a government job, and whether you'd even want one.

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SEC Approves Amendments to Fee Rules Related to Asset-Backed Securities Transactions

The SEC approved proposed amendments to transaction reporting and notification requirements in the FINRA Rule 6700 Series (TRACE rules) and reporting fees in FINRA Rule 7730, which relate primarily to Asset-Backed Securities, and the method of calculating the Trading Activity Fee (TAF) for such securities.

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-Amends TRACE Rules
-Required ABS transactions to be reported to TRACE
-Adding the FINRA Information eXchange (FIX) for reporting transactions

Effective Date: May 16, 2011

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An investor is in the 36% tax bracket and holds municipal bonds with an 8% yield-to-maturity. What is the equivalent taxable yield?

A. 8.0%

B. 22.2%

C. 9.3%

D. 12.5%

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