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Well, like many people I'm looking at "balancing" out my portfolio. I'm also looking at increasing my short-term savings. With that in mind, I have been trying to figure out how the interest on T-bills is figured. On the Treasury site I saw the following:

Auction Results

28-Day 1.775%
91-Day 1.752%
182-Day 1.893%

Does that mean if I purchased a 91-Day T-bill that 91 days later, when the bill matured, that I would receive 1.752% interest on my investment?

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