Ray Rollover Dear Ray, Tax-deferred rollover options no longer exist for maturing saving bonds. The option ceased to exist when the U.S. government stopped issuing Series HH savings bonds Sept. 1, 2004. Prior to that date, you could exchange Series E/EE savings bonds for Series.
I cant convert these bonds to the H series. Is there anything I can do to delay declaring the interest on E series savings bonds? John Juncture Dear John, Its time to pay the piper.
Theres no tax benefit in sitting on matured savings bonds that have stopped paying interest. Dear Dr. Don, I have Series E savings bonds that are no longer earning interest. I dont want to incur the interest on my income taxes.
Heres how the TreasuryDirect Web site explains it on the Web page. Series EE/E Savings Bonds Tax Considerations : The interest earned on your savings bonds is subject to federal income tax, which can be deferred until redemption, final maturity or other taxable disposition, whichever.
Today, I look at two questions related to maturing savings bonds. Dear Dr. Don, I have a Series E savings bond that matured April 1, 2009. Can it be rolled over into a Series I savings bond without withdrawing the interest?
You can use the proceeds of your matured Series E savings bond to buy a Series I savings bond. However, the Series E savings bonds interest earnings, assuming you deferred paying taxes on those earnings, is fully taxable in the year the bond matures or.
As I discussed with Ray in the preceding letter, the bonds are taxable once the issue has reached final maturity. Real estate Investing Investing Real estate.
Savings bonds are subject to estate, inheritance, gift or other excise taxes, whether federal or state. A common misconception by savings bond owners is that the deferred interest isnt taxable income until you cash in the bond.