Home     About Us    Contact Us     Contribute     Privacy
Investing
Stocks
Bonds
Mutual Funds
Biz
Credit
Career
College
Economics
Tax
More
 
 
Marketplace
Related Articles
Related Definitions
Related Categories
Tip of the Day

Tip of the Day Borrow No More Than 30% of Your Available Credit

Borrow No More Than 30% of Your Available Credit - You should borrow no more than 30% of your available credit each month if you wish to keep your credit...

read entire tip

Recently Added
Other Great Sites
 

Savings Bond Investment Calculator

Savings bonds are a very safe investment, because they are backed by the United States government. Savings bonds are slow to grow to maturity, but they are a great investment to prepare for retirement. You don't have to worry about losing your investment when you invest in stocks. Because they are backed by the government, you can rest assured that you will get your investment back when the bond matures. Another good thing about savings bonds is that you don't have to pay state or local taxes on them; however, you will need to pay federal income taxes on the interest you are paid at maturity.

If you already own savings bonds, you can find out how much your bonds have grown by using a savings bond investment calculator. You can determine what the value of your bond will be in the future, or what its value is now in the present. There are many different savings bond calculators online. You just need to use your search engine to find pages and pages of websites that have calculators. Savings bond calculators are a great tool to track your investment, and to estimate what your bond will be worth at final maturity. The very first link you see will be your best website; this website is Treasury Direct. However, there are many other websites that have calculators that you might want to practice with. If you don't quite understand the bond calculators, most of the websites have a help button you can click. If the help page doesn't answer all your questions, you can click on "Contact Us" to get further assistance.

A bond calculator is very easy to use. You just plug in the information that is asked for and then click the "calculate" button. If you want to know the current value of your bond you just leave the date at the current date. If you want to know what the value of your bond will be some time in the future, enter a future date. The bond calculator will ask you to enter the type of bond to be calculated. Your investment may be the same with other bonds, but the way bonds work are different. For instance, the Series I Bond has an inflation protection component that the Series EE bonds don't have. The Calculators adjust the computations for the different kinds of bonds.

Discuss It!
1 2 >

College Assignment Help From Australia said:

we are waste our money by investing here and there, really bond is very safe invest there is no chances of loss.

Calaveras Vineyards Case Solution said:

I loved the way you discuss the topic great work thanks for the share.

Medical Homework Help said:

I want to say about this article, uummm this is amazing and nice post.

Stateflow Matlab Help said:

My friend recommended this blog and he was totally right keep up the fantastic work!

SPSS Factor Analysis Help said:

This is really a great stuff for sharing. Keep it up .Thanks for sharing.

Linear Programming Assignment Help said:

Great Information,it has lot for stuff which is informative.I will share the post with my friends.

Ebook Ghostwriting said:

This a good way to appreciate the teacher as they put their efforts to train students. UK dissertation Writers appreciates the teachers.

Economics Homework Help said:

I loved the way you discuss the topic great work thanks for the share Your informative post.

MathCad Online Homework Help said:

I appreciate your efforts in preparing this post. I really like your blog articles.

Scripting VB Assignment Help said:

Really i appreciate the effort you made to share the knowledge. This is really a great stuff for sharing. Keep it up . Thanks for sharing.

candy packaging machine Supplier said:

Decent post. It is really helpful to us. An opportunity to read a fantastic and imaginary article. Its really a good article. It gives me lots of pleasure and interest.

Sachmedia said:

Really i appreciate the effort you made to share the knowledge. This is really a great stuff for sharing. Keep it up . Thanks for sharing.

Mazaaq raat said:

I appreciate your efforts in preparing this post. I really like your blog articles.

192.168.1.1|192.168.1.1|192.168.1.1|192.168.1.1 said:

An opportunity to read a fantastic and imaginary article. Its really a good article. It gives me lots of pleasure and interest.

Project Management Online Help said:

This is great information for students. This article is very helpful i really like this blog thanks. I also have some information relevant for online dissertation help.

Buy Harvard Business Case Studies Solutions said:

Such a nice post, keep up the fantastic work

Grinding Mill Machine said:

really helpful information provided. your website is great and worth sharing with others. keep up the good work.

Auger Filler Machine said:

Really appreciated the post. thanks for such website.

Vibratory sieve said:

really helpful information provided. your website is great and worth sharing with others. keep up the good work.

Eva sunflower oil said:

Delicious dish added for guests in the menu for dinner. Everyone loved this and had a great experience of learning recipes from your blog. Thanks

Most Popular Articles
Most Popular Definitions
 
Daily Definition

Definition of the Day Minority Interest

Minority Interest - Minority Interest is shareholders whose combined shares represent less than half of the total outstanding shares issued by a corporation have the minority interest in that corporation. In many cases, the collective holdings of the minority shareholders are considerably less than half of the total shares. In...

read entire definition

 
 

 

 

Home     About Us    Contact Us     Contribute     Sitemap

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Copyright © 2009 TeenAnalyst.com