|dept of treasury series i bonds||1.3||1||4881||62|
|dept of treasury series ee bonds||0.24||0.2||5539||83|
|us treasury bond series i||0.39||0.9||1767||31|
|i series treasury bond||1.91||0.7||3340||96|
|us dept of treasury ee bonds||0.08||0.5||4794||65|
|treasury direct series ee bonds||0.16||0.9||3321||21|
|treasury dept ee bonds||0.53||0.9||462||49|
|u s treasury bonds series ee||1.14||0.2||3531||49|
|u.s. treasury series ee bonds||0.33||0.7||2640||39|
They could be one of the best cash investments you ever make. I bonds are a good cash investment because they are guaranteed and have tax-deferred, inflation-adjusted interest. They are also liquid after one year.What is the current interest rate on series I bonds?
The current 7.12% interest rate was already a record high for I Bonds, which was first made available in September 1998. Starting in May 2022, the new rate of at least 9.62% will hit an all-time record. Personally, I bought $20,000 worth of I Bonds at the end of October 2021 for myself and my significant other.How much do series I bonds cost?
When you purchase a Series I savings bond, you pay the full face value of the bond itself. In other words, if you acquire a $5,000 face-value I bond, you will pay $5,000.How much are series I bonds worth?
The U.S. Treasury Department used to set the Series I savings bond purchase limits based on the way you bought your bonds. You could buy up to $10,000 in Series I savings bonds, but no more than $5,000 could be in the form of paper bonds. The other $5,000 had to be digital bonds registered through the TreasuryDirect website. 1