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Internal controls and bonds are the opposite of stocks, and they're interest-bearing instruments. Find out why internal controls and bonds have a higher rate of return than a savings bond with help from a registered financial consultant in this free video on money management and financial advice.

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This is financial adviser, Patrick Munro, talking about internal controls and bonds. Basically, bonds are the opposite of stocks. They're interest bearing instruments of a financial nature. There are many different types of bonds, of course savings bonds are the most popular with the United States government setting the internal controls for that specific instrument. Then you also have corporate bonds and corporate bonds are instruments of debt that are given to you. They normally have a higher rate of return than a savings bond, but you're also taking on a higher level of risk, and there are internal controls that are imposed on you as a bond holder by a corporation. Many times the bond can be called at any given time, meaning if the company receives the money that they're originally setting out to do, they can repay you back but not give you the full interest that you had initially anticipated on. So knowing the internal controls of your bonds are important for your financial health. This is financial adviser, Patrick Munro, talking about internal controls and bonds.

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