United States Savings Bonds
How to Add Treasury Bonds, Bills and Notes to an IRA
investing While you can't use the government's TreasuryDirect website to buy Treasury securities for your IRA, there are other ways to get the securities online.
What Are I-Bonds?
savings bonds Inflation has made Series I savings bonds enormously popular with risk-averse investors. So how do they work?
By Lisa Gerstner Last updatedsavings bonds
Are I Bonds Taxable? 10 Common Situations
taxes Series I bonds are a popular investment that can also help you save on taxes, but the federal income tax consequences can be complex.
By Joy Taylor Last updatedtaxes
How to Cash in Savings Bonds
savings Whether you bought savings bonds during inflation’s peak last year or have older bonds collecting dust, take these steps to cash them in.
By Ella Vincent Last updatedsavings
Bond Basics: U.S. Savings Bonds
investing U.S. savings bonds are a tax-advantaged way to save for higher education.
By Donna LeValley Publishedinvesting
Short-Term Investments to Protect Against Inflation and Market Volatility
Rates on Series I savings bonds, T-bills and fixed annuities are all above historical averages and could serve investors well during turbulent times like these.
By Bradley Rosen Published
Changes Coming to Flood Insurance with Laura Lightbody
Becoming a Homeowner The National Flood Insurance Program is getting an overhaul that could send your rates up (or down). We dig into what's changing with this coverage that many have—and many more need. Also, a bond that pays over 7 percent, for now.
By David Muhlbaum PublishedBecoming a Homeowner
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