savings bond

NOUN
  1. non-negotiable government bond; cannot be bought and sold once the original purchase is made
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How To Use savings bond In A Sentence

  • Where taxes are concerned, savings bonds are better than certificates of deposit.
  • Individuals that do qualify for purchasing these savings bonds are restricted to a yearly limit of $30,000 face value, but the purchase of one series does not affect subsequent purchases of the other.
  • Not all banks redeem and sell Savings Bonds, so you may have to make some phone calls to find one that will help you, he says.
  • The savings bonds are expected to be very popular as many retirees use the interest on their lifelong savings to boost their income. Times, Sunday Times
  • The savings bonds are expected to be very popular as many retirees use the interest on their lifelong savings to boost their income. Times, Sunday Times
  • Cancer likes to save their money, so you might give him a United States Savings Bond.
  • If the economy improves, inflation accelerates and interest rates rise, your Savings Bond rates will go up, too.
  • These include savings certificates, index-linked accounts, savings bonds for children and pensioners and premium bonds.
  • The Federal Bureau of Investigation also searched Nozette's safe deposit box at a bank in San Diego, California where they discovered 55 gold 'Krugerrand' coins worth a total of 50,000 dollars and 30,000 dollars in savings bonds, the court documents said. Latest News - Yahoo!7 News
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