Therefore, when investing in municipals, consider the Taxable Equivalent Yield (TEY).
What does TEY stand for?
TEY stands for Taxable Equivalent Yield
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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See other definitions of TEY
- Tactical Exploitation Subsystem
- Tactical Explosive System
- Tactical Extraction System (Rapid Extrication System for Fire, Military and Swat)
- Texas Experimental Tokamak
- Trans-European Exchange and Transfer Consortium (est. 1988)
- Technical Extracts Traffic Analysis
- Texas Teachers Empowered for Achievement in Mathematics and Science (University of Texas at Austin)
- Texas Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages
- Text Indexing and Retrieval
- Tokamak EXperiment for Technology Oriented Research
- Tetrazolium Egg Yolk Agar (microbial indicator)
- The Early Years
- Total Electron Yield
- Toyota Eco Youth (competition; Malaysia)
- Tamworth Early Years Centre (UK)
- Teaching English to Young Children (various schools)
- Thames Estuary Yacht Club (Essex, England, UK)
- Teknoloji ve Yenilik Destek Programi (Turkish for Support Programme for Technology and Innovation)
- Tasmanian Early Years Foundation (Australia)
- Teaching English to Young Learners
Samples in periodicals archive:
1% tax bracket, the taxable equivalent yield would be approximately 12.
62% taxable equivalent yield based on Tyrone's 28% tax bracket.
An investor in the 36 percent tax bracket purchasing a bond paying 6 percent would actually receive a taxable equivalent yield of approximately 10 percent.
35 percent, known as the taxable equivalent yield, apply this formula: the bond interest rate divided by (1 minus your tax bracket).
6 percent tax bracket, the taxable equivalent yield would be approximately 14.