More than $500 billion is expected to be paid out in dividends this year, according to data from the Money Market Association.

The median payout for a 100-year bond is $50,000, according the industry group.

The top payout, by far, is for bonds with a 10-year yield, at $150,000.

Here’s how it breaks down.1.

Money market rateThe Money Market rate is calculated by multiplying a bond’s yield by the price of its underlying security, and then dividing that number by the total number of shares outstanding.

Investors have the option to convert their dividends into cash.

The median Money Market payout is $500,000 for a 10 year bond.2.

Investor payoffThis is the amount of money investors would get if they sold the bonds, instead of holding them.

It’s also the percentage of the money they’d get for their money if they held them.

The industry group puts the payout at 30%, but there’s no data to back that up.3.

Dividend payoutThe Money Mapper, a tool that lets investors convert dividends into shares, gives the median payout as $50k.

That would be the equivalent of about $11,000 per year, or $2,300 per month.

The average payout is around $10k.4.

Bond yieldThe Money Bond Rate, or MMBR, is the average yield of a bond, which can be used as a benchmark to compare a bond to other bonds.

The MMBr is a median for all 10- and 15-year bonds.5.

ValueThe Money Value Index, which tracks the price appreciation of a particular bond, is a way to gauge how attractive bonds are.

The index is a reflection of the total amount of assets held by the bond holders.6.

Total returnThe Money Return Index, or NRI, measures how much a bond returns in inflation-adjusted terms, or in terms of a return on capital.

Investors pay interest on their money, and investors can earn dividends.

The NRI is calculated on a per-share basis, meaning investors receive dividends and earnings on a regular basis.7.

Bond market ratesThe Money Money Market Rate is calculated from the bond’s 10-Year Bond Price and the 10- Year Treasury Return.

Investors can adjust their payout amounts based on inflation.

The rate of return is calculated as a percentage of 10-Years Bond Price divided by 10- Years Treasury Return, which is a number that investors can use to compare bonds that have similar performance.8.

Money Market yieldThe median payout is roughly 30%, according to the Money Maper, but it varies greatly by bond class.

The largest payouts are usually for bonds that yield higher yields than the market.9.

DiversificationThe Money Diversified Index is a tool to help investors diversify their holdings by taking into account the risk of investing in a particular stock or bond.

The Money Diverified Index tracks a bond by the yield of the underlying security and also the risk associated with investing in the same security.

The market value of the bond determines the number of units held.

The MMBRs median payout of $50K per year would be roughly $22,300, or roughly $2.2 million per year.10.

Interest rateThe rate of interest on bonds is a key factor for investors.

Rates can vary widely from country to country, and the average interest rate on a bond in the U.S. is currently around 2.5%.

The rate also depends on how long the bond has been in existence.

The more years you hold the bond, the higher the interest rate.11.

Debt-to-GDP ratioThe Money Debt-To-Gdp Ratio, or MDGT, measures the ratio of debt to GDP, or how much money is required to pay off the debt.

It is a measure of the level of debt and the level that can be paid back.

The higher the MDGT is, the more debt is owed to the government.12.

IncomeThe median income is the sum of taxable income and all types of investments.

It also includes the amount an investor makes in the form of dividends, capital gains and capital appreciation.13.

Debt/GDP ratiosThe Money Net Debt-Gap Ratio, which measures how debt is divided between the government and creditors, also shows the extent to which the government is paying off the money owed.

It uses the gross debt of the country as its measure.14.

Bond yieldsThe Money Bonds yield, or MOBF, is an average annual return calculated by dividing a bond holder’s net income by the number (of shares) of shares held.

The number is the number that a bondholder would earn if they owned 100 bonds and sold them for cash.15.

Money bond rateThe MBOF is a calculation of the average yearly yield, which reflects the total cost of holding a bond