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Old 01-12-2012, 08:55 PM   #1
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New, higher limits on I-bonds. Morningstar article:

A Happy Surprise for I-Bond Buyers

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As of Jan. 4, 2012, the Treasury Department announced that for Series I and Series EE savings bonds, individuals would be able to purchase up to $10,000 worth of each type of bond per year, with a maximum amount of $20,000 in both series per taxpayer. Individuals can also buy an additional $5,000 in paper I-bonds with their tax refunds.
I didn't see this thread/topic previously on this forum in my short search.

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New, higher limits on I-bonds. Morningstar article:

A Happy Surprise for I-Bond Buyers



I didn't see this thread/topic previously on this forum in my short search.

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Mentioned here a week ago.

Treasury Dept changes bond purchase to $10,000
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Ahh, the mods can delete this thread, then. Sorry. Thought it was odd that I couldn't find a thread.

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