The IRS requires that Arbitrage Rebate and Yield Reduction payments be remitted no later than 60 days after each 5th bond year (as defined in the tax documents) and 60 days after the final redemption date. Accordingly, reports should be done at least every 5 years and when the bonds are fully redeemed.What does 'arbitrage free' mean?
Arbitrage occurs when a security is purchased in one market and simultaneously sold in another market at a higher price, thus considered to be risk-free profit for the trader. Arbitrage provides a mechanism to ensure prices do not deviate substantially from fair value for long periods of time.What is arbitrage in real estate?
An arbitrage is a purchase of an asset in one market for the purpose of making that asset available in another market to take advantage of inequities in price. In real estate, when you wholesale or flip a property you are in effect participating in a type of real estate arbitrage.What is arbitrage in stock market?
Arbitrage is the process of taking advantage of a mispricing of a financial asset in a particular market. There are arbitrage opportunities in bonds, currencies, commodities and other assets. The stock market occasionally offers up arbitrage opportunities that investors can make money from.