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Get More Interest From Buying Treasury Bills (T-Bills) Through Treasury Direct

Learn how to get more interest from Treasury Bills than on your bank accounts. Also, a step-by-step guide for buying Treasury Bills through

Buy more than $10,000 in Series I Savings Bonds Through Gifting with Your Spouse

Many people have looked at the $10,000 annual limit for savings bonds and have not bought any I bonds because…

How To Buy I Bonds in March 2023

Learn about buying Series I savings bonds and the latest news for current and projected rates in 2022.

5 Ways To Earn More Interest on Your Bank Money

How many people are looking to get more interest on their bank money? Most likely everyone.  Now that Silicon Valley…

When Should I Cash Out My I Bonds?

If you bought I Bonds in 2021 or 2022 you’re probably wondering, ‘When should I cash out my I Bonds?…
Today’s Inflation Is 73% Lower Than Reported

Today’s Inflation Is 73% Lower Than Reported

You may be wondering how the news is talking about ‘inflation slowing’ and that perhaps things are turning around when…
Intro to I Bonds Oct 2022

Intro to I Bonds October 2022 Edition

As interest rates continue to be low, it can be difficult to cope with inflation. This can lead to a negative real return net of inflation, with your money losing value every day! Don’t worry. Your search for greater interest rates ends here. Today, we’ll introduce you to a less-known government security that can help you cope with inflation with minimal risk: the U.S. Series I Savings Bond (I Bond).
October 2022 I bond rate is 9 percent

October 2022 is the last month for 9.62% I Bonds

The interest rate for US series I savings Bonds will reset soon. Tune in to learn about when the current interest rate will reset, when it will be too late to buy I Bonds, and when we can project the interest rate for November 2022.
The Biggest Risk To Your Retirement (Part 2): Inflation With Phillip Toews

The Biggest Risk To Your Retirement (Part 2): Inflation With Phillip Toews

No matter how much we try to predict inflation, it’s just not possible. The best we can do is prepare for it. Tune in to learn about the latest inflation trends and why it’s better to prepare for the possible outcomes than it is to attempt to predict future rates of inflation.

Learn more about retirement, investment and tax planning through our blog updates, as well as our Retirement Revealed podcast, hosted by Jeremy Keil, and published every two weeks. Proud to be named a Top 100 Retirement Blog and a Top 25 Retirement Podcast to follow in 2021 by Feedspot!

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