A registered, non-callable, non-transferable bond issued by the U.S. Government,...
a government issued bond from $50 to $10,000 face value and semi-annual interest
A savings bond represents a loan made to the United States in the form of a savings certificate. Bonds are registered securities backed by the full faith and credit of the United States (not insured by NCUA) They cannot be sold or used as collateral.
Same as bond.
Bond issued by US Treasury in face value denominations from $50 to $10,000, with semiannually adjusted interest rates and free from all state and local income taxes.
Bonds issued by the U.S. Treasury, typically in amounts ranging from $50 to $10,000. Savings bonds are noncallableâ€“which means the government cannot retire them before the maturity dateâ€“and are also nontransferableâ€“which means that bondholders cannot transfer them to someone else. Because savings bonds are backed by the full faith and credit of the federal government, many investors consider them to have relatively low investment risk.
Savings Bonds are a means of saving which offer State guaranteed tax-free returns over a fixed period of time, normally 3 years. Savings Bonds are subject to minimum and maximum investment, and will only yield a full interest return where the investment is not encashed before the Bonds mature. Interest is calculated on an annual basis.
non-negotiable government bond; cannot be bought and sold once the original purchase is made
a certificate of debt issued by the government that guarantees payment of the original debt plus interest after a specified future date
a government-issued security that allows individual consumers to loan money to their governments
a long-term, cashable investment issued by the U
A promise by the U.S. government to repay principal and a return in the future. The return may be based on government note rates or on the rate of inflation plus a small fixed rate. Savings bonds are available for as little as $25.
Non-marketable, registered securities issued by the U.S. Treasury Department. Non-marketable means they cannot be sold to or bought from anyone except an issuing and paying agent authorized by the Treasury Department. Registered means they are owned exclusively by the person or persons named on them. Savings bonds are backed by the full faith and credit of the United States.
A nontransferable, registered security issued by the Department of the Treasury at a discount in denominations from $50 to $10,000. The interest earned on savings bonds is exempt from state and local taxation and from federal taxation until the bonds are redeemed.
The US government issues three types of savings bonds: Series EE, Series HH and Series I. The interest they pay is free from state and local tax, and they are all considered risk-free since the federal government backs them.
A government bond issued in face value denominations from $50 to $10,000, with local and state tax-free interest and semiannually adjusted interest rates.
A savings security issued by the U.S. Treasury or an authorized agent showing that money has been loaned to the U.S. Government and is payable to the person to whom it is registered. A "savings bond" is designated as such in the regulations offering the bonds for sale. The bond is a contract between the Government and the bond owner. Each bond is a registered security for which a record is maintained by the Bureau of the Public Debt.
U.S. government bond issued in face denominations ranging from $25 to $30,000.
A government bond that earns interest, issued in face value denominations from $50 to $10,000. Interest on the bond accumulates tax free.
A non-marketable security issued by the U.S. Treasury in relatively small denominations for individual investors. Three categories of bonds are available. Interest on these bonds is exempt from state and local, but not federal, taxation.
bond that is issued by the United States government and is insured for the full investment and interest.
A savings bond is a government bond that is sold at a discount but redeemable at face value upon maturity. The interest on a savings bond is exempt from state and local taxes but not from Federal tax.
Bonds issued through the U.S. government at a discount.