The fee charged by an investment advisor or broker for buying or selling securities as an agent on behalf of a client.
Term of the Minute
Short-term government debts issued in denominations ranging from $1,000 to $1 million. Like many other cash-based investment vehicles, T-Bills do not pay interest but are sold at a discount and mature at par (100 per cent of face value). The difference between the purchase price and par at maturity represents the purchaser’s return, and is taxed as interest income.