Fixed Income

Balance unpredictability with a Fixed Income Account from First Hawaiian Bank.

Add to your investment portfolio and alleviate risk

As a source of steady income, fixed income investments will take on a larger role during your retirement years when supplemental income is necessary or desired. If you live on a fixed income you might worry that inflation will erode your spending power. Knowing you have an additional regular source of income will offset the effects of inflation while giving you greater confidence about your finances.

Types of fixed income

Types of fixed income investments include:

  • Tax-Exempt Municipal Bond (also called "munis")[[#1]]

  • U.S. Treasury Securities[[#2]]

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    1. An investment in corporate and/or municipal bonds are subject to a variety of risks including but not limited to credit risk, interest rate risk, and prepayment risk. Because tax-exempt interest generated by municipal bonds is usually more beneficial for investors in higher tax brackets, municipal bonds may not be appropriate for all investors, particularly those in lower tax brackets. In addition, if you are subject to the federal alternative minimum tax (AMT), the interest income generated by certain municipal bonds may be taxable.
    2. Treasuries are debt obligations issued and backed by the full faith and credit of the U.S. government. Treasuries are subject to interest rate risk, call risk, and inflation risk. As Treasuries are backed by the full faith and credit of the federal government, they have low credit or default risk. As a result they generally offer lower yields relative to other bonds.