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Find out what your paper savings bonds are worth! The calculator will price Series EE, Series E, and Series I savings bonds, and Savings Notes. This calculator is for paper savings bonds only. For electronic savings bonds, log into TreasuryDirect.

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To use an inventory you created previously, open the inventory and click whichever one of these buttons you see: "Return to Savings Bond Calculator" or "Update." This automatically updates the values of the bonds in the inventory and enables you to add bonds to the inventory.

Beware of internet scams with a picture of this page claiming you can enter your birth certificate number to access bonds owed to you. Those claims are false, and attempts to defraud the government can be prosecuted. See Birth Certificate Bonds.

CLEARFIL Universal Bond Quick is a single-bottle, fluoride-releasing, universal adhesive. with the original MDP formulation and new AMIDE monomer, offering a unique RAPID BOND TECHNOLOGY. This new AMIDE monomer rapidly permeates dentin & enamel which eliminates waiting time & dramatically reduces water absorption. It also reduces technique sensitivity & application time without compromising bond strengths, sealing or desensitizing.

The information provided on these Investor Relations web pages does not constitute an offer to sell or buy securities or the solicitation of an offer to sell or buy securities and should not be relied upon to provide specific offering information in connection with any issuance, sale, resale, or remarketing of bonds, notes, or other municipal obligations.

All information contained on these Investor Relations web pages is obtained from sources believed to be accurate and reliable. Refer to the Official Statement and operative documents of the respective Agencies, and for the respective series of bonds, for complete information on that bond issue. This information, however, is prepared "without audit" unless otherwise identified as audited financial information. Due to the possibility of human or mechanical error as well as other factors, this information is provided "as is" without warranty of any kind and the State of New York Mortgage Agency, the New York State Housing Finance Agency, the State of New York Municipal Bond Bank Agency and the Tobacco Settlement Financing Corporation make no representation, express or implied, as to the accuracy, reliability, completeness, or timeliness of this information, and are not responsible for any loss or damages incurred by parties using this information.

The State of New York Mortgage Agency, the New York State Housing Finance Agency, the State of New York Municipal Bond Bank Agency and the Tobacco Settlement Financing Corporation maintain this website to provide you with information, and for education and communication. Please feel free to browse the site. You may download material displayed on this site for non-commercial, personal use only provided you also retain all copyright and other proprietary notices contained on the materials. You may not, however, distribute, modify, transmit, reuse, repost, or use the contents of this site for public or commercial purposes, including the text, images, audio, and video without the permission of the State of New York Mortgage Agency, the New York State Housing Finance Agency, the State of New York Municipal Bond Bank Agency and the Tobacco Settlement Financing Corporation.

The Wizard - a free downloadable program offered by the Treasury - dates all the way back to the Windows 95 era, and it never really changed that 'early PC' look and feel. But it worked (pretty reliably), offering the ability to download updated data for all Savings Bonds.

Here is a sample file I created with the Savings Bond Wizard, showing how the data are presented. This file is updated through May 2018, but now is closed from getting data from June. Important data include the bond type, original investment, issue date, etc. But you can also see the interest accrued, current value, current interest rate, cumulative historic yield and the final maturity date.

Through the CDFI Bond Guarantee Program, the Secretary of the Treasury makes debt available to CDFIs from the Federal Financing Bank. The loans provide long-term capital not previously available to CDFIs, and inject new and substantial investment into our nation's most distressed communities. The CDFI Bond Guarantee Program has guaranteed more than $2.1 billion in bonds to date.

Unlike other CDFI Fund programs, the CDFI Bond Guarantee Program does not offer grants, but is instead a federal credit subsidy program, designed to function at no cost to taxpayers. The bond proceeds are debt instruments that must be repaid.

The Natural Bond Orbital (NBO) program NBO 7.0is a discovery tool for chemical insights fromcomplex wavefunctions. NBO 7.0 is the currentversion of the broad suiteof 'natural' algorithms for optimally expressing numerical solutions ofSchrödinger's wave equation in the chemically intuitive language of Lewis-like bonding patterns and associated resonance-type 'donor-acceptor' interactions.

Through their close association with elementary Lewis structurediagrams, NBOs provide a direct link to familiar valencyand bonding concepts. Unlike the delocalized MOs (whose sprawling forms vary bewilderingly even between closelyrelated systems)or unitarily-equivalent LMOs (whose occupancy degeneraciespersist for any preferred"localizing" criterion), the NBOs have unique occupanciesand spatial forms that are highly conservedand transferable from one molecular environmentto another.

NBOs are local eigen-properties of the input wavefunction,the intrinsic realizations of orbital-type bonding conceptsas originally envisioned by Pauling, Mulliken, and Coulson. Unlike methods based on derivativesof charge density (a quasi-classical concept), NBO analysis exhibitsthe unifying beauty of quantum phase-matching and superposition principlesin all chemical phenomena.

The ConsensusDocs Coalition has eight newly revised performance and payment bond forms. These comprehensive revisions ensure that ConsensusDocs has the most up-to-date and best practice performance and payment bonds in the industry. The performance bonds now require a definitive declaration of default or non-default upon its investigation. The payment bonds now address a threshold for which a surety consent is required when contract orders increase the contract amount.

This article provides an overview of why and how the ConsensusDocs performance and payment bonds were revised including new innovative provisions, like a self-help feature in the subcontractor bond. Click here to read more.

This standard performance bond between surety and Design-Builder is the only performance bond that takes into surety issues specific to design-build. The surety is liable for the design costs. Provisions addressing surety obligations, liability for design, and dispute resolution are included. Click here to download a sample document.

This standard bond form between surety and Design-Builder does not cover potential surety loses related to Design Professional services that are performed as part of the design-build project. This performance bond addresses the construction work included in the design-build project. Click here to download a sample document.


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