When Is a Savings Bond at Full Maturity?


Quick Answer

The full maturity date on any savings bond depends on the type of bond issued, states TreasuryDirect. For example, a Series EE savings bond issued in June 2003 at face value matures in 20 years, and the worth of the bond is expected to double during that time.

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Anyone who buys a Series E or EE savings bond is able to redeem that bond after 12 months. Each bond earns interest for up to 30 years. However, anyone who redeems a bond after five years loses three months of interest. TreasuryDirect offers interest rate charts and maturity dates for any Series EE or E savings bond, according to its website.

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