Stocks vs. bonds: Finding the right mix
Related: Why all-cash retirement portfolios can be risky, too That rules out stocks (and bonds) altogether. You're pretty much limited to cash equivalents like FDIC-insured money ... Is it worth it? If, in addition to your retirement savings, you've ...
Time to Cash In Your U.S. Savings Bonds?
How much unclaimed money is ... For example, a $50 bond issued in August 1982, for which Grandma would have paid $25, is now worth $146.90. A $100 bond from February 1984 is good for $230.64. If you believe you own some old savings bonds, but have ...
Should you invest in premium bonds?
Issued by government-run National Savings & Investments ... win prizes with bonds you purchased in 1956 when the scheme began. In February 2014, NS&I was holding 980,000 unclaimed premium bond prizes worth more than £46 million. How much can I invest?
Premium Bonds promise an extra millionaire a month
But is it still worth having a flutter ... of pounds into premium bonds, with many taking the view that as savings rates are so paltry, they might as well have a bit of fun with their cash and hopefully win some money. The government has responded to ...
Susan Tompor: Did you ever cash those savings bonds you got as a kid?
How much were they worth? I didn’t know at this point. To get more information, I’d have to file Form PD F 1048. It’s not an overly cumbersome process and if there’s money to be ... I had paid $50 for that savings bond. Series EE bonds were bought ...