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non-negotiable government bond

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Pre-K through second grade students will submit the Califone Official Coloring Sheet for a chance to win up to $200 in U.
Current savers are making use of a variety of vehicles, including 47% using savings accounts, 37% using mutual funds, 17% investing in the stock market and 16% in U.
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This level consists of the lowest risk and lowest return vehicles, such as Treasury securities (bills, notes, and bonds), checking and savings accounts, and U.
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Cash-basis taxpayers are not required to report the current interest on Series E and EE U.
In order to help low- to middle-income parents save for their children's education, Congress added a provision to the Small Business Job Protection Act of 1996 that allows the interest on series EE U.
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135(a) provides that an individual who pays qualified higher education expenses (QHEEs) must exclude from income interest on redemption proceeds of any "qualified U.
In 1988, Congress enacted Internal Revenue Code section 135, which excludes from income the interest from series EE U.
31, 2004, and complete the test in January 2005, will automatically qualify for a random drawing to receive one of two $500 U.