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 »

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The difference between E series and EE series savings bonds is not value but time of issue, according to Treasury Direct, a service of the U.S. Department of the Treasury. The Treasury Department initiated series E savin... More »

Enantiomeric excess of a mixture is the absolute difference between the percent composition of the major enantiomer and that of the minor enantiomer. The resulting value is numerically equivalent to the mixture's optical... More »

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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 »

Interest income from the redemption of a Series EE savings bond is reported on the bondholder's federal income tax return on the same line with other interest income, according to the U.S. Treasury. The bondholder is not... More »

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The length of time is takes for a Series EE bond to mature, a period known as the term, depends on the issue date of the bond. All Series EE bonds issued since June 2003 take 20 years to mature; however, all Series EE bo... More »

The government sets interest rates for EE bonds based on 10-year treasury note yields but adjusts these rates to account for factors unique to savings bonds, states TreasuryDirect. Bonds purchased between May 1, 2015 and... More »

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