Secured Bond

Accounting Dictionary

Secured Bond

A secured bond is a long term liability that has collateral.

If American Airlines issued a $500,000 bond secured with a 747 airplane that means if they didn’t pay, the bond holders could seize the 747 and sell it to get their money back.

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