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Registered and bearer bonds

Bonds issued in the name of the owner are registered bonds. Interest payments on registered bonds are made by check to bondholders of record. Bonds not registered are bearer (or coupon) bonds. Holders of bearer bonds must send in coupons to receive interest payments. Most bonds issued today are registered bonds.

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