I Bond Basics
Series I bonds are inflation-linked investments issued by the U.S. government. Discover below how I bonds work and how you can buy and sell them.
How to Buy and Sell I Bonds
Series I bonds are all the rage, thanks to their inflation-linked rates, as we watch our energy and grocery bills tick ever higher. Want to know how to buy and when to sell? You’ve come to the right place.
Looking for a gift for your eight-year-old niece? You can buy an I bond for your child or anyone else’s, and the cost starts at just $25. We’ll break down just how you can go about it, and why it’s an inflation-safe bet.
Financial markets are plunging and your investments are losing value. Where are you supposed to turn to earn a decent return on your money? Here’s more on I bonds rates, how much you can invest, and how to decide if they’re a good option for you.
Series I bonds are a relatively low-risk investment that is capturing the public’s attention. There are limits, however, as to how much you can purchase each year. Let’s delve deeper into how often you can buy I bonds and other rules to be aware of.
I bonds are a safe way to earn a return that’s somewhat protected from inflation. But like any other investments, it’s important to understand the tax implications to determine if they are really right for your portfolio and long-term goals.
Recently, Series I savings bonds have become a much more attractive investment—and a valuable tool to help hedge against inflation. Read on to learn more about current rates, how they’re set, and what the future may hold for I bonds.
Comparing I Bonds to Other Investments
TIPS, I bonds, and EE bonds are all U.S. Treasury securities, meaning they are considered some of the safest investments you can hold. We’ll delve deeper into these investments and if they make sense for you.