Here’s A Step-By-Step Guide To Using The Treasury’s New Savings Bond Calculator

Summary

  • The Savings Bond Wizard has been a useful tool for Savings Bond investors for more than 15 years. Now it is gone.
  • The Treasury has replaced it with the Savings Bond Calculator, a similar Web-browser-based tool that is a bit less user friendly.
  • I’ve created a step-by-step guide for exporting your bond data from the Wizard to the Calculator.

Read my step-by-step guide at SeekingAlpha.com

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3 Responses to Here’s A Step-By-Step Guide To Using The Treasury’s New Savings Bond Calculator

  1. Ed Liddle says:

    I can’t see a way to sort my Savings Bond Calculator based on date….I missed an entry and now the series of bonds is not in date order. I would export the data and use a spreadsheet to do the sort but can’t find a way to export or save the data in a way a spreadsheet program will be able to use it.

  2. Manolo Laver says:

    I’ve followed the guide and only the first bond shows up; I’ve tried four different browsers, and deleting their histories, with no luck, either with the full list or a partial list of but nine (9).

    • tipswatch says:

      When you open the calculator, are you seeing your total holdings? And below that do you see just one bond? If so, make sure to click on “View All Holdings” directly below that one bond, and the full list should come up.

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