# What is a \$50 bond worth after 30 years?

## What is a \$50 bond worth after 30 years?

For example, if you purchased a \$50 Series EE bond in May 2000, you would have paid \$25 for it. The government promised to pay back its face value with interest at maturity, bringing its value to \$53.08 by May 2020. A \$50 bond purchased 30 years ago for \$25 would be \$103.68 today.

How much is a 1000.00 savings bond worth?

Total Price Total Value YTD Interest
\$1,000.00 \$1,306.40 \$8.00

### How much is a \$100 US savings bond worth from 1999?

For example, a \$100 denomination series I bond issued in July 1999 was worth \$201.52 at the time of publication, 12 years after issue.

Can you find a calculator for the value of saving bonds?

To learn the value of your electronic savings bonds, log in to your TreasuryDirect account. Find out what your paper savings bonds are worth with our online Calculator. The Calculator will price paper bonds of these series: EE, E, I, and savings notes.

#### How much is a \$100 savings bond from 1991 worth?

A \$100 bond issued in January 1991 is earning 4% now and is worth nearly \$175.

How much is a \$50 savings bond from 1986 worth today?

How much money are we talking about? A \$50 Series EE savings bond picturing George Washington and issued in January 1986 was worth \$113.06 as of December. The bond will earn a few more dollars in interest at the next payment in January 2016.

## How much is a 50.00 savings bond worth?

Total Price Total Value YTD Interest
\$50.00 \$69.94 \$3.08

How much is a bond worth from 1986?

A \$50 Series EE savings bond picturing George Washington and issued in January 1986 was worth \$113.06 as of December. The bond will earn a few more dollars in interest at the next payment in January 2016. A \$500 savings bond with a picture of Alexander Hamilton issued in April 1986 was worth \$1,130.60 as of December.

### How much is a \$50 savings bond worth from 1986?

After 30 years, these bonds stop earning more interest. A \$50 Series EE savings bond with a picture of President George Washington that was issued in January 1986 was worth \$113.06 as of December.

When should I cash in savings bonds?

It’s possible to redeem a savings bond as soon as one year after it’s purchased, but it’s usually wise to wait at least five years so you don’t lose the last three months of interest when you cash it in. For example, if you redeem a bond after 24 months, you’ll only receive 21 months of interest.

#### How do I avoid taxes when cashing in savings bonds?

One way you might avoid owing taxes on the bond interest is to cash your EE or I bonds before maturity and use the proceeds to pay for college. If you meet this set of rules, the interest won’t be taxable: You must have acquired the bonds after 1989 when you were at least age 24. The bonds must be in your name only.

Is there a penalty for not cashing in matured EE savings bonds?

As a final consideration, you’ll owe taxes on your bonds when they mature whether or not you redeem your bonds. Make sure to include any earned and previously unreported interest on your tax return in the year of maturity. If you don’t, you might face a penalty for underpayment of taxes.