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Although Series EE Savings Bonds have a reputation of being an easily understood investment, few investors actually understand how they work.
What’s confusing is that the Treasury announces new interest rates for Savings Bonds in May and November, but the announced rates don’t apply to a specific Saving Bond until its next rate period begins, which is zero (for bonds purchased in May or November) to five (for bonds purchased in April or October) months later.Since May 2005, newly issued Series EE Savings Bonds have come with interest rates that are fixed for 20 years – they pay the same rate for each of their first 40 rate periods.However, when one of these bonds reaches its 20th anniversary, the Treasury has the right to change the fixed rate for the final ten years of the bond’s life.All Series EE Savings Bonds issued during the six-month period following a May or November rate announcement pay the same fixed rate.
The Treasury also guarantees that these Series EE bonds will double in value in 20 years.This creates a guaranteed rate of 3.50% if you hold the bond that long.Unlike newly issued Savings Bonds, all Series EE Savings Bonds issued in April 2005 and earlier have rates that adjust every six months.The bonds issued during this eight-year period earn an interest rate during each six-month rate period that is 90% of the average yield for five-year Treasury securities in the previous November-April or May-October period.