You can buy another $10,000 in I Bonds per calendar year in the name of your business but they will be subject to judgments against the business.
You can buy I Bonds in your kid’s name but you should first decide whether to add to their 529 plan or keep full control of the money in your own name.
Series I savings bonds (I Bonds) are the best bonds you can buy at the moment. Follow this guide for a complete walkthrough from start to finish.
You can deposit the paper I Bonds from the tax refund to your TreasuryDirect online account. Follow these steps. It gets easier after you do it once.
You can buy more I Bonds at TreasuryDirect in a trust. The trust can have the same tax ID, email address, and bank account as your personal account.
You can set up a beneficiary or a second owner on your I Bonds in TreasuryDirect. It only depends on if you want to let someone transact on your behalf.
If you own savings bonds with a second owner in TreasuryDirect, you have to specifically grant rights for the second owner to see or redeem the bonds.