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Computerized Investing > October 26, 2013

Savings Bond Advisor

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by CI Staff

Savings Bond Advisor is a website that provides information on savings bonds to investors, primarily via numerous articles around the site. Several article headlines and titles populate the home page. On the left-hand side of the website you can click “main menu” and a list will pop up displaying 20 or more topics, each containing several different articles. Topics include buying U.S. savings bonds, savings bond college education deduction, savings bond interest rates and many more.

On the main page of the website you will see many different charts and graphs showing statistics like savings bond performance compared to the stock market, and an inflation update. Along the bottom of the page you will see a huge selection of educational topics dealing with U.S. savings bonds. In addition to the plethora of articles, viewers have access to current U.S. savings bond rates.

There is a savings bond calculator along the right-hand side of the main page. Another interesting feature of Savings Bond Advisor is that you can “ask the Treasury” a direct question about savings bonds. Overall, this is a useful educational website for information regarding U.S. savings bonds.

Savings Bond Advisor


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