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TITLE 31—Money and Finance: Treasury

Subtitle B—REGULATIONS RELATING TO MONEY AND FINANCE (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER II—FISCAL SERVICE, DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY

SUBCHAPTER A—BUREAU OF THE FISCAL SERVICE

PART 359—OFFERING OF UNITED STATES SAVINGS BONDS, SERIES I

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Subpart A—GENERAL INFORMATION

§359.0
What does this part cover?
§359.1
What regulations govern Series I savings bonds?
§359.2
[Reserved]
§359.3
What special terms do I need to know to understand this part?
§359.4
In what form are Series I savings bonds issued?
§359.5
What is the maturity period of a Series I savings bonds?
§359.6
When may I redeem my Series I bond?
§359.7
If I redeem a Series I savings bonds before five years after the issue date, is there an interest penalty?
§359.8
How does interest accrue on Series I savings bonds?
§359.9
When are interest rates for Series I savings bonds announced?
§359.10
What is the fixed rate of return?
§359.11
What is the semiannual inflation rate?
§359.12
What happens in deflationary conditions?
§359.13
What are composite rates?
§359.14
How are composite rates determined?
§359.15
When is the composite rate applied to Series I savings bonds?
§359.16
When does interest accrue on Series I savings bonds?
§359.17
When is interest payable on Series I savings bonds?
§359.18
Is the determination of the Secretary on rates and values final?
§359.19
How is interest calculated?
§§359.20-359.24
[Reserved]
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Subpart B—DEFINITIVE SERIES I SAVINGS BONDS

§359.25
What were the denominations and prices of definitive Series I savings bonds?
§359.26
When are definitive Series I savings bonds validly issued?
§359.27
What is the issue date of a definitive Series I savings bond?
§359.28
Are taxpayer identification numbers (TINs) required for the registration of definitive Series I savings bonds?
§§359.29-359.33
[Reserved]
§359.34
May I purchase definitive Series I savings bonds over-the-counter?
§359.35
May I purchase definitive Series I savings bonds through a payroll savings plan?
§359.36
May I purchase definitive Series I savings bonds through employee thrift, savings, vacation, and similar plans?
§359.37
How are definitive Series I savings bonds delivered?
§359.38
How is payment made when definitive Series I savings bonds are redeemed?
§359.39
How are redemption values calculated for definitive Series I savings bonds?
§359.40
How can I find out what my definitive Series I savings bonds are worth?
§§359.41-359.44
[Reserved]
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Subpart C—BOOK-ENTRY SERIES I SAVINGS BONDS

§359.45
How are book-entry Series I savings bonds purchased and held?
§359.46
What are the denominations and prices of book-entry Series I savings bonds?
§359.47
How is payment made for purchases of book-entry Series I savings bonds?
§359.48
How are redemption payments made for my redeemed book-entry Series I savings bonds?
§359.49
What is the issue date of a book-entry Series I savings bond?
§359.50
What amount of book-entry Series I savings bonds may I acquire per year?
§§359.51-359.52
[Reserved]
§359.53
Are taxpayer identification numbers (TINs) required for registration of book-entry Series I savings bonds?
§359.54
When is a book-entry Series I savings bonds validly issued?
§359.55
How are redemption values calculated for book-entry Series I savings bonds?
§359.56
How can I find out what my book-entry Series I savings bonds are worth?
§§359.57-359.64
[Reserved]
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Subpart D—MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

§359.65
[Reserved]
§359.66
Is the Education Savings Bonds Program available for Series I savings bonds?
§359.67
Does Fiscal Service prohibit the issuance of Series I savings bonds in a chain letter scheme?
§359.68
[Reserved]
§359.69
Does Fiscal Service make any reservations as to issue of Series I savings bonds?
§359.70
May Fiscal Service waive any provision in this part?
§359.71
What is the role of Federal Reserve Banks and Branches?
§359.72
May the United States supplement or amend the offering of Series I savings bonds?
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 359—Redemption Value Calculations
Appendix
Appendix B to Part 359—Composite Semiannual Rate Period Table
Appendix
Appendix C to Part 359—Investment Considerations
Appendix
Appendix D to Part 359—Tax Considerations


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