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The United States Treasury sells Treasury bills directly, or one may purchase Treasury bills from a broker, dealer or bank by visiting the location in person, notes TreasuryDirect. To buy Treasury bills directly from the... More »

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Daily treasury bill rates can be accessed at the U.S. Treasury Department website. The Treasury Department states that the Federal Reserve bank of New York acquires market quotations at or about 3:30pm every business day... More »

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Investors can obtain current Treasury bill yields from barchart.com, Bloomberg, the Financial Times and the U.S. Treasury Department. These sources update information each business day. Barchart.com and the Financial Tim... More »

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The United States Treasury has measures in place to replace paper EE bonds if they are lost, stolen, mutilated, destroyed or if the owner never receives the bond, according to TreasuryDirect. However, the bond is deliver... More »

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As of August 2015, EE bonds and I bonds are the only interest-yielding savings bonds that the U.S. Department of the Treasury sells, according to TreasuryDirect. EE bonds provide a higher yield, with a fixed annual inter... More »

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Find the maturity date of U.S. savings bonds by finding the issue dates on the bonds and adding the number of years the bonds can earn interest according to the table on a U.S. Department of the Treasury website, Treasur... More »

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Electronic series EE and I U.S. savings bonds are purchased online through TreasuryDirect, reports the U.S. Department of the Treasury. Paper series I savings bond certificates are also purchased through IRS tax refunds.... More »

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