Monthly Archives: July 2011

No more paper I Bonds: ‘Saving is for suckers?’

Rather shocking news today: The Treasury Department will halt sales of paper U.S. savings bonds as of January through banks and other financial institutions. This is from a Bloomberg report: The end of paper savings bonds, which were introduced in … Continue reading

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10-year TIPS vs. I Bonds? No contest

If you are looking to invest in the July 21 auction of a 10-year Treasury Inflation-Protected Security, and you haven’t bought US Savings I Bonds this year, my advice is: Stop right there and read this. I Bonds are the … Continue reading

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