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Subject: Savings bonds interest payments Date: 8/23/2003 11:19 AM
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This may be a silly question...

I have a bunch of series E savings bonds that will pay interest twice more, in October and in April, 2004. They are currently earning 4%. How can I tell how much each payment will be? Do they pay 2% each time, or what?

I'm in the process of looking at investments to shift this money into, and would like to know what kind of incentive I have for waiting until April vs. making moves after October 1.
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