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Electronic EE bonds are sold at face value. Paper EE bonds are sold at 50 percent face value. Calculate the interest for the first six months. Divide the annual interest rate (from the Treasury Direct rate table) in half and multiply by the original value. Add the result to the bond’s original value.Should you invest in Series EE bonds?
In fact, many people looked at them as a sound investment. The money is guaranteed, and if you purchase EE savings bonds, you can expect your investment to at least double in value at maturity . 1 They're also exempt from state and local taxes, and from federal income taxes if used for education. 2 How to check the value of Series EE bonds?
If you hold an electronic Series EE (or Series I) bond in TreasuryDirect, you can find the bond's current value there. Use the "Current Holdings" tab inside your account. For a paper bond, use the Savings Bond Calculator.