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Hello -

I just inherited about 60 U.S. Govt. E-type savings bonds dating between 1962 and 1970.

I've calculated the value of them on the on-line calculator the Treasury has. That gives the purchase price, percentage, current total and date of maturity.

Is there a way I can enter any of this data and have it automatically update, or would I have to set each bond up and enter a semi-annual interest payment for the past 30 years or so?

Thank in advance for your help.


P.S. Yes, I already know that some of them have already stopped earning interest as they have passed 30 year. It's the others that I'd like to track in Quicken.
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