Question by  keijidakilla (14)

Is there a special savings bond calculator?

I want to figure out how much my bonds are worth.


Answer by  leilich (247)

Yes, the United States Treasury Department has a savings bonds calculator on its official website. You input the information about your bonds, one by one, and the calculator will add the interest. Just enter the information one time and keep the record on your computer. Then sign in any time and update your totals.


Answer by  DavidS (1517)

Yes. I believe if you go to US savings bonds on the internet you can enter your information and it will calculate an estimated value. Another way to find out their worth is to take them to a reputable bank. Most banks will calculate the value of bonds and tell you what there worth is.


Answer by  river (1226)

There is just go to the Treasury website and it will give you the address and how to install. You can use it as a way to reference the bonds.


Answer by  Cecilia (2828)

There are several ways to accomplish this task. Your local bank may do it for you, or you could go to the Government site for Savings Bonds and use the calculator there. It's a sub topic on the .gove site.


Answer by  blahblah (670)

A savings bond calculator is provided at the U. S. Treasury's website: www. treasurydirect. gov/indiv/tools/tools_savingsbondcalc. htm You'll need the series, denomination and issue date of the savings bond.

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