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calculate bond interest: Original post by C. Taylor of Demand Media Corporate bonds and dividends work very differently. Bonds issue an annual simple interest payment, which is calculated by the coupon yield. This coupon yield is essentially the interest rate earned by the bond. Dividends are a fixed distribution of profits for owned stocks. Stocks that offer dividends pay a set amount per share. The amount earned by the…

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