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What's Likely to Happen to Inflation Bond Rates
I-bonds are likely to become a good — not great — savings option as inflation bond rates are expected to lower.
The Inflation Hedge You’ve Never Heard Of
savings bonds If rising prices have you worried, one way of insulating your nest egg comes straight from the government: Series I savings bonds. Right now they’re paying 7.12%.
By Adam Grealish Publishedsavings bonds
Retirees, Plan for the Tax Hit From Savings Bonds
savings bonds The federal tax consequences for Series EE and I U.S. savings bonds are anything but straightforward. Here's how interest from savings bonds is taxed in four common situations for retirees.
By Joy Taylor Publishedsavings bonds
Earn 3.54% With Series I Bonds
Financial Planning A savings or money market deposit account is best for quick cash, but I bonds can fit into a longer-term savings plan.
By Lisa Gerstner PublishedFinancial Planning
Bonds Will Deliver in 2021
Investing for Income Don’t rush to withdraw any 2020 profits from the market. 2021 is looking good.
By Jeffrey R. Kosnett PublishedInvesting for Income
What Grandparents Need to Know About Using Savings Bonds for a Grandchild’s Education
Tax Breaks It’s not easy, but grandparents can avoid a tax bill when redeeming savings bonds to pay for a grandchild’s college costs.
By Lisa Gerstner PublishedTax Breaks
How to Search for Old Savings Bonds
savings If you lost track of U.S. savings bonds purchased decades ago for you when you were a child, the Treasury Department can help you find them.
By Kimberly Lankford Publishedsavings
What to Do With Old Savings Bonds
savings bonds First, check to see whether they are still earning interest. If not, cash them in and invest the money somewhere else.
By Kimberly Lankford Publishedsavings bonds
Cash in These Savings Bonds That Have Stopped Earning Interest
bonds Most savings bonds earn interest for 20 or 30 years. Here’s how to identify them so you can invest the money elsewhere.
By Kimberly Lankford Publishedbonds
How to Pay for College With Savings Bonds
Paying for College Depending on who owns the savings bonds and when they were purchased, you may be able to use them to pay college tuition and fees tax-free.
By Kimberly Lankford PublishedPaying for College