when a corporation issues bonds, the price that buyers are willing to pay for the bonds does not depend on which of the following below?

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This is the exact thing happening to one of my AOL email accounts. What is the solution to this problem? Anyone?

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SIPC $500,000 coverage. Another stupid question. Do you have a brain?

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What's with 20 percent price increase? Your service has gone down hill

AOL is free for broadband users, and service is pretty bad. Or did you mean some other company, like a cable company?

Bond prices

1/3=33 cents 7/8=88 cents so the stock rose 50 cents

I am a senior citizen how much should i be paying at this time

If you are asking about Medicare, most people pay no monthly payment for Part A; the standard rate for Part B is $104.90 per month, but if you earn more than $85,000 per year, there is an additional IRMAA charge. And you can get supplemental insurance, anywhere from $50 per month to $160 per month ...

I am a full-time student and want to know how much Social Security is

You said you are a full time student. How can Social Security take anything from you if you don't work at all and not contributing every pay period? I'm confused.