Assuming that these are E or EE bonds, she will pay ordinary income tax on the gains from the bonds. That is what is received for the bonds minus what she paid for them.At that point she can do whatever she wants with the money. She will not be able to directly contribute to her 401k since that can only be done from payroll deductions. Contributing to a Roth IRA is a great idea.Bob
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