What is the serial number on a savings bond?
The bond serial number will display in the list along with the Total Value, Total Interest, and Status of the bond. The serial number will display with the alphabetic denomination of the bond, up to a 10 digit numeric serial number, and the alphabetic series code.
Can you look up bonds by serial number?
If you know your bond serial number, you could contact the U.S. Department of Treasury by mail (1500 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington, D.C. 20220), email ([email protected]) or phone (844-284-2676).
Can you cash savings bonds not in your name?
What will I need to cash a paper bond? Regardless of where you cash your bonds, if you are not listed as the owner or co-owner on the bond, you have to submit legal evidence or other documentation to show you are entitled to cash the bond. (We don’t return legal evidence.) Note: Savings bonds cannot be transferred.
Can you replace lost savings bonds?
To file a claim for a savings bond that is lost, stolen, or destroyed, complete a Claim for Lost, Stolen, or Destroyed United States Savings Bonds (FS Form 1048). Please sign the form in the presence of an authorized certifying officer (available at a bank, trust company, or credit union).
What happens to unclaimed savings bonds?
For those fully matured bonds remaining unredeemed, there is no active program by the Bureau to locate the bondholders and pay them the proceeds to which they are entitled. Traditionally, it has been up to the registered owner to remember to redeem the matured bond decades after the initial purchase.
How much is a 200 dollar savings bond worth?
Series EE U.S. savings bonds are guaranteed to reach their denomination value no later than 20 years after issue. This means the $200 bond purchased for $100 will be worth the $200 by no later than the 20-year anniversary of the bond.