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The person applying as voluntary representative must complete a Disposition of Treasury Securities Belonging to a Decedent's Estate Being Settled Without Administration (FS Form 5336).
If the bonds are $100,000 or less and the estate has not been formally administered through court, the beneficiary can request to cash in the bond by mailing a signed and notarized FS Form 5336 with the bond and proof of death to the Bureau of Public Debt.
Regardless of where you cash your bonds, if you are not listed as the owner or co-owner on the bond, you have to submit legal evidence or other documentation to show you are entitled to cash the bond. (We don't return legal evidence.) Note: Savings bonds cannot be transferred.
If the bonds are $100,000 or less and the estate has not been formally administered through court, the beneficiary can request to cash in the bond by mailing a signed and notarized FS Form 5336 with the bond and proof of death to the Bureau of Public Debt.
To get a savings bond reissued, the survivor must send a certified copy of the death certificate, the bond, and Form 4000, Request to Reissue United States Savings Bonds, to a Treasury Department retail securities site; they are listed on the website.
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The bond is part of the estate of the person who died last. The surviving person becomes the owner as if the survivor had been the only owner from the time the bond was issued. For the tax implications of this situation, see \u201cWho pays taxes and when\u201d further down this page.
If the bonds are $100,000 or less and the estate has not been formally administered through court, the beneficiary can request to cash in the bond by mailing a signed and notarized FS Form 5336 with the bond and proof of death to the Bureau of Public Debt.
The latest edition of the Account Authorization form FS 5444 requires a signature guarantee from either a certifying officer at a financial institution or a notary. Getting it signed by a notary public is much easier than getting it from a bank or credit union.
Cashing the bonds at your local bank To cash (redeem) paper EE or I bonds in an estate as the court-appointed representative, you must sign the request for payment on the back of the bonds with an indication of your role. Banks cannot cash Series HH bonds, so you will need to send them to our office.
Proof of Identity, Proof of Death Take the savings bonds to a bank or other financial institution if you are now the owner, or if your parent named you as survivor beneficiary on the bonds. Fill out the redemption form on the back of the bonds and sign in the presence of a bank official.

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