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Old 10-06-2022, 12:47 PM   #1
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DQOTD: What Are T-Bill Balances on Monthly Statement?

Just started buying T-Bills in July, mostly 26 weeks. I noticed my VG monthly statements show a balance for each of the 6 T-Bills we own. It's not the purchase price, or the face value, and does not appear to be a pro-rated yield - so what is it? Price on the secondary market I am guessing? Not that important, all I care about is getting the face value when they mature, just curious what it is...
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Price on the secondary market on that statement date.

If you log in and look at your positions, it will also show you the current value of your T-bills determined by the secondary market.
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