Figuring out the earning power of your U.S. Treasury securities has never been easier. Here, you can select from a number of tools to price savings bonds, create a savings plan that works for you, get help with savings bond transactions, and determine the growth of your investment(s).
Additionally, you can examine redemption tables and get detailed information about expected tax advantages.
Here’s a brief description of each of the links in the left navigation:
Find easy to follow lists of what you need to submit in order to file a claim for lost, stolen or destroyed savings bonds, redeem (cash) a savings bond, resissue a savings bond, or distribute savings bonds from an estate or trust to entitled persons.
Find out what your bonds are worth with our online Calculator. You can price Series EE, E, I bonds, and Savings Notes and even build an inventory to check your bonds’ values without reentering the information. Features include current interest rate, next accrual date, final maturity date, year-to-date interest earned, and previous rates and values dating as far back as January 1996.
A software program you can download to your local PC to manage your savings bonds, print your savings bond inventory, find the redemption value of your bonds, and find the interest your bonds have earned. The Wizard also offers historical information. You can look up the value a particular bond held in any month as far back as January 1996.
Savings bond value files are for use by programmers that develop applications to calculate current redemption values of Series EE, E, and I Bonds, and Savings Notes.
The Savings Bonds FRB Locator and the Treasury Bills, Notes, Bonds and TIPS FRB Locator allow you to find the address and phone number of the Minneapolis Treasury Retail Securities Site.
We may be holding money for you! Maybe we mailed you an interest payment but it was returned as undeliverable. Maybe your savings bond or Treasury security has matured and you don't know it, so you haven't cashed it in. Treasury Hunt can help. The easy-to-use application will help you learn the status of your savings bonds issued since 1974 that have reached final maturity, most registered Treasury notes, and most registered Treasury bonds.
Estimation Calculators can be used to see how bonds can fit into your financial planning. Use our Growth Calculator, Savings Planner Calculator, and Tax Advantages Calculator to help plan for your future!
Redemption tables allow you to find the values and interest earned for EE/E Bonds, I Bonds, and Savings Notes issued from 1941-present.
Instructional videos show how to perform various functions for an account in TreasuryDirect. Another video introduces Treasury Hunt (see “Treasury Hunt” above) and there is also a video showing historic clips promoting savings bonds.
The Tools for Teachers selection provides information about Money Math: Lessons for Life, a four-course curriculum used in core mathematics classes, to help promote financial literacy among students nationwide.
The TreasuryDirect Kids site teaches middle school children about Treasury securities and the public debt, using games, videos and poster art.