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Topic: Savings Bonds

  Saving    Bond  
  Money Saving    US Savings Bonds  
  Energy Saving    EE Savings Bonds  
  Savings Account    Savings and Loan  
  Tax Savings    Series EE Savings Bonds  
  Savings Bank    Bond Fund  

 Vital Stats
The Brain has inferred the following facts from reading text collected on the topic:
Favorite website(s):E*TRADE
Most admires:Warren Buffet,  Grigory Rasputin
Currently has on their coffee table:Sports Illustrated magazine
Dream job(s):Banker,  Tax Collector
Favorite board game(s):Monopoly
Favorite book(s):"I Know This Much Is True" by Wally Lamb
Favorite movie(s):James Bond
Listens to:David Bowie
Favorite sportsperson(s):Mickey Mantle (baseball),  Hank Aaron (baseball),  Babe Ruth (baseball)
Ultimate fantasy(s):Bankruptcy,  Getting off welfare
Favorite quote(s):"Distrust any enterprise that requires new clothes." - Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862)
"A friend in need is a friend indeed"
"Any man who is under 30 , and is not a liberal, has not heart; and any man who is over 30, and is not a conservative, has no brains." - Sir Winston Churchill (1874-1965)
 Expert Talk
The Brain has selected interesting relevant sentences from the web. It automatically assigned them to some of our fictitious experts based on their personalities.

Brian Mengel,
Civil Servant

Savings bonds are issued through the payroll deduction program?
Savings Bonds through payroll deduction.
Savings Bonds or certificates of deposit at the bank.
John Fielding,

Savings Bonds and Savings Notes Additionally, some state and local governments require implementation of an AAP as a condition of doing business with them.
Savings Bonds is that the interest can be exempt from taxes if the bonds are used for college expenses for the bond owner, the owner's spouse, or a dependent.
Savings Bonds are managed by the Bureau of the Public Debt, just like other Treasury securities.
Mike Enlow,
Internet Marketer

Buying savings bonds as part of a chain letter or similar pyramid scheme is considered to be against the public interest and is prohibited.
Savings Bonds are a safe, easy way to save money and can be a solid addition to your investment portfolio.
Savings Bonds are a safe, affordable, convenient way to save money with competitive rates and tax advantages.
Josh Hogan,

The savings bonds were awarded at Roosevelt Middle School's graduation ceremony held each year at the Wedgewood Bowl at the San Diego Zoo.
Bob Greenberg,
Congressional Candidate

Savings Bonds are a smart, secure and safe investment choice in our economic climate.
Savings Bonds are backed by the full faith and credit of the United States and are very affordable.
 User Talk
Comments from our users:
2012-05-30 12:24:37
How do i get over a broken heart.. i want the pain to go away!!?A coulpe of months ago i thought everything was going good. I thought we would be the perfect coulpe n so did so many others. We were always together at football games, the mall and The schools dances. We were voted the best ideal coulpe for that year and we were planning to go out. Well summer came and that all ended. Apparently ther was someone someone else. BEcause it was the summer and i wasn't around him as much then i didn't know if it was true or not untill i got a text asking me how i felt about our relationship. So he tol me about her and two or three weeks lata they was dating. it broke my heart because i really thought i was in love for one of the first times in my life. Ever since that break down i don't know if i'll ever be able ta commit myself ta anyone again.!! Any advice?!?!?
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