I-bonds at 2% sure don't look attractive to me. How about municipal bonds for your state? The tax-free status can make them quite attractive. You do need to buy them through a broker in most cases. Occasionally something comes up in your community, such as a utility offering bonds to expand or repair, and you might be offered bonds directly, but these opportunities aren't common. Best wishes, Chris
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