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How to find info about savings bonds

December 6, 2009

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U.S. Treasury savings bonds have a long track record of risk-free saving. Moreover, they can be purchased for as little as $25. If you’d like to learn more about government saving bonds, here are a few places you can find useful information online:

• Bankrate.com: www.bankrate.com/finance/personal-finance/5-common-questions-about-savings-bonds.aspx

Answers five common questions about different U.S. savings bonds.

• Finaid: www.finaid.org/savings/bonds.phtml

Discusses different types of U.S. savings bonds, and how they can be used to help cover a college education.

• Treasury Direct (U.S. Department of Treasury): www.savingsbonds.gov/indiv/indiv.htm

Features insights about different U.S. Treasury savings bonds under “Are You Looking For” links on left side navigation.

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