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New Series I Bonds Offer Attractive Rates With Older Ones Paying Up To 5.6%
Attractive Rates for Conservative Savers. Series I Bond Rates are 1.96% to 5.60% for the next six months. New I Bonds issued for the next six months will earn 1.96%. Unlike the BND ETF, Series I Bonds never lose money! On Monday May 1, 2017, the Bureau of ... read more
Savings Bonds' Swan Song?
The inflation-linked portion of the Series I bond rate came in at 4.84 percent, so it's still attractive ... one encouraging people to buy. In 2005, the Treasury stopped paying variable market rates on Series EE bonds. Now it fixes the rate -- with new ... read more
All-in-One ETFs with Attractive Yields
High-quality bonds can be vulnerable to interest rate risks as economic activity picks up and inflation rises ... classified as conservative-allocation funds. ETFs also offer bundled, all-in-one investment products. Investors will find that the ETF ... read more
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The balance of the old loan was rolled into a new one, also with an interest rate of 25.99 ... Because the interest rate is nearly 22%, she'll end up paying almost $18,000 over the four-year life of the loan — nearly four times the Kelley Blue Book ... read more
Rates Up To 5.86% Now For Series I Treasury Bonds
Since my last article about Series I Bonds, "New Series I Bonds Offer Attractive Rates With Older Ones Paying Up To 5.6%", the big change is they now offer an excellent way for investors seeking a guaranteed way to beat inflation, tax deferred, by 0.3% per ... read more
The Friday Five: popular NS&I premium bond myths busted
To celebrate, NS&I has set the record straight on five of the most popular myths surrounding the way premium bond winners are chosen ... Wrong again. This month’s prize draw saw one lucky winner ... there are more new bonds than old. read more
Longevity insurance: Keep your eyes open when buying
New ... rates on the bonds that they invest your money in. I looked at several policies and, in general, you'll need to live to age 90 to get a return on your money of 4 percent. Take a 60-year-old paying $100,000 for a Lifetime Annuity from ING. This one ... read more
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The Five Minute Guide to New Zealand ETF Investing
Thanks to global economic turmoil, commercial activities are slumping and economic growth rates are showing ... Island (read Japan ETFs: One Year after the Fukushima Disaster). Nevertheless, New Zealand has always been an attractive destination for ... read more