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U.S. Savings Bonds

The History

In 1935, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed legislation creating the first Baby Bond. Since that time, the Savings Bond program has encouraged Americans to both save and to participate in government financing.

The Savings Bond was designed to be less susceptible to market conditions with a schedule of fixed interest payments and redemption values. After a short holding period, they could be redeemed at an point for the purchase price plus any accrued interest.

Today, the U.S. Savings Bond program remains a safe, secure way to invest your money. And unlike in times past when investors received paper bonds, you now have the option of managing your bond portfolio online.

Investing In Bonds

While it is still possible to purchase paper bonds at certain financial institutions, the quickest and most efficient way to buy and redeem bonds is electronically. Through TreasuryDirect®, you can purchase EE Savings Bonds, I Savings Bonds, Treasury Bills, Treasury Notes, Treasury Bonds and TIPS.

And when it is time to redeem your bonds, simply do so through TreasuryDirect. Redeem bonds 24 hours a day, seven days a week and deposit the funds electronically to your checking or savings account.

Open your TreasuryDirect account today. 

 

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