If the interest offered is 8% how is it posible to have a net interest of 4%.We talk about a belgian investor whom has to paid the PM(30% I presume...).Which others taxes has to be taken into account please. Thx
Hi Marco , the PM in Belgium is indeed 25 %
This looks not correct - source: https://finances.belgium.be/fr/entreprises/impot_des_societes/Precomptes/precompte_mobilier#q2
And your answer does not answer the question of Marco :-/
Could you provide an example of the cash flow from this bond ?
Ex: I let you 1000€ on 5/4/2019, when & what I got it back ?
1) All the principal on 5/4/2021 with all the interest (Zero bond)
2) All the principal on 5/4/2021 while interest are paid on yearly basis (bullet)
3) the principal with the interest are paid on monthly or yearly (Annuities)
Which is correct ?
Because the Deal section is miss leading (bullet & annuities) :-/
Thanks in advance for your answer ;-)
Dear David , if you give me your email adress i could send you the explanation with a table
Happy to see such reactivity :-)
So, everyone could check it on http://www.yopmail.com/en/