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Note: The following articles are historical only and should not be used as current information.

When paper savings bonds were sold at financial institutions, Treasury provided newsletters for employees of those financial institutions to give them the information they needed to help their customers.

Treasury stopped issuing the newsletters in 2006. Below are links to both the online newsletters and the PDF formats.

2006 Articles

7/28/2006

Treasury Protects Investor Privacy

7/28/2006

New Savings Bond Pro® Feature Reduces Improper Payments

7/28/2006

The Little Guide with Big Benefits

2004 Articles

11/1/2004

Savings Bonds Rates Rise Again for November 2004 - April 2005 Period

5/3/2004

Savings Bonds Rates Rise for May 2004 - October 2004 Period

2/18/2004

Treasury to Stop Issuing HH Bonds in August 2004

01/12/2004

Reports of the Death of Paper Bonds Greatly Exaggerated

2003 Articles

11/2/2003

Savings Bonds Rates Decline for November 2003 - April 2004 Period

5/1/2003

Series H/HH Change of Address and ACH Transactions to Move

5/1/2003

May Brings Rate and Other Changes to the Savings Bonds Program

1/6/2003

Minimum Holding Period for EE/I Bonds Extended to 12 Months

01/6/2003

Series HH Savings Bonds Earn 1.5% Beginning January 1, 2003

2002 Articles

11/12/2002

Savings Bonds Resource Guide is Your Life Saver

11/12/2002

BondPro -- It's Time for a Change!

11/12/2002

Savings Bonds University to be Expanded

11/12/2002

November 2002 Interest Rates

11/12/2002

Electronic Series I Savings Bonds Introduced

11/12/2002

Questions and Answers on Electronic I Bonds and TreasuryDirect!

11/12/2002

TreasuryDirect and Your Financial Institution

11/12/2002

TreasuryDirect - What's in a Name?

11/12/2002

24/7 - Savings Bonds Enter a New Era

11/12/2002

What's What and Where

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Past Issues

These issues are in Portable Document Format (PDF) which requires Adobe Acrobat Reader®, available free from Adobe's web site.