Bonds, or fixed income investments, are essentially loans from an investor to a company or government. Bond investors receive periodic payments based on the interest rate at which the bond was sold
An Overview of Perpetual Bonds

When companies and governments aspire to raise money, they may issue bonds. Investors who purchase those bonds are essentially extending loans to the issuing entities. In this situation, in exchange for these loans, the issuer agrees to make interest payments to the bond buyer, for a specific period
As the name suggests, with perpetual bonds, the agreed-upon period over which interest will be paid, is forever—perpetuity. In this respect, perpetual bonds function similarly to dividend-paying stocks or certain preferred securities. Just as owners of such stock receive dividend payments for the entire time the stock is held, perpetual bond owners receive interest payments, for as long as they hold onto the bond
Treasury Bonds

They are considered to be a relatively safe investment because the government can print money or increase taxes to fulfill its financial obligations Corporate Bonds

Corporate bonds are debt securities issued by corporations and bought by investors. They usually have higher interest rates than government bonds and are backed by the payment ability of the company Municipal Bonds

Municipal bonds (munis) are issued by FTMatic, county, and local municipalities to fund government work, such as road maintenance and other building projects