|Series EE Savings Bonds
Current Rates for US Savings Bonds
May 1, 2018 EE Bond Interest Rate Announcement
|Series EE bonds issued from May 2018 through October 2018 will earn today's announced rate of 0.10%. At 20 years, the bonds will be worth at least
two times their purchase price. More info below.
with FDIC from Banks You Can Trust|
More Info: Series EE bonds issued since May 2005 are earning interest at a fixed rate, depending on the rate set when the bond was issued.
All Series EE bonds issued since May 2005 earn a fixed rate in the first 20 years after issue. At 20 years, the bonds will be worth at least two times their purchase price. The bonds will continue to earn interest at their original fixed rate for an additional 10 years unless new terms and conditions are announced before the final 10-year period begins.
EE Bonds January 1980 – April 1995: What is my bond worth now?
Some of these bonds have stopped earning interest. EE Bonds earn interest for up to 30 years. To find out whether your bond is earning interest and what it is worth: see the Savings Bond Calculator
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