Hello Lobo,If you are interested in seeing what your Series EE are worth, try http://wwws.publicdebt.treas.gov/BC/SBCPrice on the Bureau of Public Debt website. I entered two $100 Series EE bonds, 01-1985 and 12-1985, since you did not say when in 1985 you purchased them. Here are the results:Issue Issue Int Next FinalDate Series Denom Price Interest Value Rate Accrual Maturity12/1985 EE $100 $50.00 $96.28 $146.28 4.00% 12/2004 01/201501/1985 EE 100 50.00 102.16 152.16 4.00% 01/2005 01/2015While the early bonds have not fully matured, they have undoubtedly exceeded their face value.I use the Savings Bond Wizard (SBW) to track my Series EE and I bonds and it is a great time saver, assuming enter the bonds in a timely manner and do not let them stack up for a year or two. I buy a Series I bond through payroll deduction every two weeks and it takes a minute to enter the data into SBW. Best of all, it is free from the Bureau of Public Debt website.Mike
Issue Issue Int Next FinalDate Series Denom Price Interest Value Rate Accrual Maturity12/1985 EE $100 $50.00 $96.28 $146.28 4.00% 12/2004 01/201501/1985 EE 100 50.00 102.16 152.16 4.00% 01/2005 01/2015
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