How do you cash in a zero coupon bond from 1984 with a maturity date of may 2009?

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The bond has matured so if you're the owner of the bond you should have already received payment. If you haven't, contact the issuer to see if there's an error or the law firm that's handling that issuer's bankruptcy.
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How or where can you cash in a tiger zero coupon bond?

Go to your local discount broker, (Schwab, Ameritrade, E*trade, Scottrade) open an account and they will cash it in or liquidate it for you. There will be a fee associated wit

What are zero-coupon debentures or bonds?

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What is non-zero coupon bonds?

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Why do people like zero coupon bonds?

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How do bondholders get a return on zero coupon bonds?

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What is zero coupon and how is it calculated to maturity?

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What is the taxation of zero coupon bonds held to maturity?

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What is the advantage of buying zero-coupon bonds?

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