Bond owners can cash electronic Series EE savings bonds by logging on to the U.S. Department of the Treasury's TreasuryDirect website. Owners can redeem paper Series EE bonds by taking them to a local bank or mailing the... More » Business & Finance Investing

Although both savings bond programs offer low-risk investments, the EE bond program offers investors a guaranteed double return during the first term, while the I-series savings bond comes with a fixed-coupon rate that a... More » Business & Finance Investing

EE savings bonds are fixed rate bonds that earn interest for up to 30 years, reports the U.S. Department of the Treasury. They are available in electronic versions only through the website, in any amou... More » Business & Finance Investing
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Electronic EE savings bonds may be redeemed through the TreasuryDirect website. Paper bonds can be cashed at many banks. TreasuryDirect doesn't keep a list of participating banks and suggests contacting the bank directly... More » Business & Finance Investing

Use the Savings Bond Calculator on the TreasuryDirect website to calculate the cash value of EE savings bonds, advises Investopedia. Alternatively, download the Savings Bond Wizard from the TreasuryDirect website to find... More » Business & Finance Investing

The value of U.S. savings bonds is determined by using the savings bond calculator on the TreasuryDirect website, reports the U.S. Department of the Treasury. The calculator can figure the present and future values of Se... More » Business & Finance Investing

A Series EE savings bond can be redeemed after it is 12 months old, according to the U.S. Department of the Treasury. If redeemed before it is five years old, the last three months of interest are lost. EE bonds earn int... More » Business & Finance Investing