How Parents Can Support Their Children Without Depleting Retirement Funds
For parents who still need to support children in their 30s, 40s, or 50s, often it will come down to either investing in retirement savings or giving to ... most people still do at that point, then you can take risk with them, and if the market goes ...
A Second Look at Bonds
If you remember bond drives in school, please raise your hand. There are still a lot of us out there. I recall my teacher holding up a US Savings Bond ... low-yielding, long-term bonds are surefire losers in today's market does not mean we should avoid ...
Ask Kim: How can I buy a gift savings bond?
I'd like to give my niece a savings bond as a graduation gift. I understand that I can't buy paper savings bonds anymore. What do I need to do to give her a ... of the Bureau of the Public Debt, says it will take you about 10 minutes.
Saving for children: where to do it and how to encourage them
Although far short of the 1.2m forecast for the first year, take-up of the accounts ... put towards university fees. National Savings & Investments premium bonds may be a perennial favourite financial gift for children, but should be given a miss, says ...
Susan Tompor: Did you ever cash those savings bonds you got as a kid?
To learn how much a bond is worth, you can go to www.TreasuryDirect.gov and look up the redemption value. A savings bond holder can take the ... s good to do those Treasury Hunts. “A lot of people think bonds just earn interest for as long as you hold ...