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Finance Flash Go! Episode #149: I Bonds

Today on the Finance Flash Go! podcast, we will discuss I bonds.

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Series I bonds are non-marketable bonds. They are part of the U.S. Treasury savings bond program designed to offer low-risk investments.

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    1 thought on “Finance Flash Go! Episode #149: I Bonds”

    1. So, we’ve got the 30-year Treasury bonds sitting at a 4.37% yield, and I’m here trying to figure out if Series I Bonds and Series EE Bonds are worth a look in this scenario. The deal with Series EE Bonds is pretty straightforward: they’re meant to double your money in 20 years, which works out to a certain annual return if you stick with them till the end. But then you’ve got the 30-year Treasury bonds offering a beefier yield.

      Now, toss in the current fixed rate for Series EE Bonds and the fact that interest rates can swing either way, and it gets you thinking: are Series EE or even Series I Bonds, with their inflation-proof interest, a smart move for those of us trying to find a sweet spot between risk and making some decent returns in 2024?


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