US Savings Bond Calculator
Welcome to the #1 complimentary, private, and secure U.S. Savings Bond Calculator, which includes a unique and easy to understand bond Inventory Report that provides valuable financial information about your bonds not available elsewhere!
100% guaranteed accurate values for an unlimited number of Series E, EE, I, and Savings Notes.
WHY USE A SAVINGS BOND CALCULATOR?
It's easy as 1-2-3 to learn current cash-in values and important financial information to start maximizing your investment and avoid common and costly mistakes - whether holding or redeeming bonds.
- Face Value Amount
- Bond Series (E, EE, I, or Savings Note)
- Month / Year Issued
A SERVICE DESIGNED TO HELP THE INVESTOR
In addition to the easy to understand interface, our complimentary, printable, color-coded, detailed, personalized Bond Inventory Report will provide:
- Current cash-in values for each savings bond - so you know their exact value.
- Current interest rate performance - maximize your investment by holding onto the high performing and redeem the low performing bonds.
- The total amount of accumulated interest - know what interest needs to be reported on your Federal Income Taxes BEFORE cashing them in.
- Date of next interest posting - don't forfeit interest you already earned as it's your money!
- Amount of time until each bond matures and no longer earns interest - these bonds should be cashed in.
- Our unique "What This Means To You" section - An indispensable quick summary outlining all the important information about your bonds.
FIVE FACTS EVERY BOND OWNER SHOULD KNOW
- U.S. Savings Bonds do not all perform the same.
- Different savings bonds have different interest rates and formulas depending on issue dates and series of bond (for example, Series EE issued 1997 versus Series I issued 2016).
- Some bonds may be earning high interest rates and should be redeemed after those bonds earning low interest rates.
- Bonds have either a fixed, variable, or blended interest rates, which affects overall bond performance.
- You will likely need to report the interest earned in the same year you redeem a bond (or the year when the bond reaches final maturity, whichever occurs first).
THE ULTIMATE SAVINGS BOND CALCULATOR AND REPORT
Our Savings Bond Calculator and Savings Bond Inventory report are priceless educational tools that go beyond providing simple cash-in values. Important financial, timing, and taxation information & explanations help investors make intelligent financial decisions and strategic planning only available at SavingsBonds.com.
If redeeming bonds, the Bond Inventory Report is the perfect verification tool to bring to a bank or financial institution to give you peace of mind and confidence knowing you are getting exactly what the government owes you and the amount of interest that will be included on the 1099-INT (issued to bond holder after redemption).