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Legacy Treasury Direct: Getting your IRS Form 1099 If you need a duplicate 1099-INT form for the current tax year, call 844-284-2676 (free call) or, from outside the United States, +1-304-480-6464.
Only Series I savings bonds are available in paper. Paper Series I savings bonds come in 5 denominations: $50, $100, $200, $500, and $1,000. The only way to get a paper savings bond is to use your IRS tax refund. With your tax refund, you can buy savings bonds for anyone (yourself, your child, or as a gift to anyone).
Bonds tend to be considered safer than other financial assets like stocks and, barring an issuer defaulting on their debt, you can rely on the income. There is a wide variety of types of bonds, with different payment timelines and minimum investments. Most bonds offer fixed coupon rates.
The rule of thumb advisors have traditionally urged investors to use, in terms of the percentage of stocks an investor should have in their portfolio; this equation suggests, for example, that a 30-year-old would hold 70% in stocks, 30% in bonds, while a 60-year-old would have 40% in stocks, 60% in bonds.
Following are the three ways to invest in bonds: Buying Bonds Through a Broker. You can buy bonds through most brokers in the same way that you buy stocks. Buying Bond Mutual Funds and ETFs. Investing in bonds through mutual funds or ETFs saves a great deal of effort. Buying Bonds Through RBI Retail Direct.

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If you have cashed paper savings bonds, you will receive a 1099-INT in the mail. If you have paper HH savings bond that pay you interest every six months, you will also get a 1099-INT in the mail.
If you hold savings bonds and redeem them with interest earned, that interest is subject to federal income tax and federal gift taxes. You wont pay state or local income tax on interest earnings but you may pay state or inheritance taxes if those apply where you live.
At a bank: If a bank cashes your savings bond, they are responsible for getting you a 1099-INT. They may give or mail you the 1099-INT as soon as you cash the bond or they may wait until the following January. With us: If we cash your paper savings bond, we mail you the 1099-INT the following January.
Buying paper Series I savings bonds The only way to get a paper savings bond now is to use your IRS tax refund. You can buy any amount up to $5,000 in $50 increments. We may issue multiple bonds to fill your order. The bonds may be of different denominations.
Both bonds and notes pay interest every six months. The interest rate for a particular security is set at the auction. The price for a bond or a note may be the face value (also called par value) or may be more or less than the face value. The price depends on the yield to maturity and the interest rate.

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