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Education Savings Bonds As They Were Meant To Be.

Make U.S. Savings Bonds simple and easy to understand to help people save and pay for a college education. Remove limitations affecting use of bonds to pay for college tuition and books so anyone who pays a child's college costs can receive the federal tax benefit. In other words, remove the income limitations, remove the age 24 restriction when purchasing that is used to determine eligibility, remove the restriction ...more »

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Allow use-or-lose leave hours to be exchanged for US savings bonds or donations to FEMA

Allow use-or-lose hours to purchase savings bonds or allow the dollar equivelant to be donated to FEMA- many hours get wasted, or donated if the employee does not use the leave, and it cannot be carried over into the following work year. Instead, give an option to buy savings bonds or donate to FEMA with the dollar amount equivelant to each leave hour. This will benefit the USA.

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Electronic U.S. Savings Bonds

To Whomever It May Concern: I suggest that the federal government require issuing U.S. Savings bonds in an electronic format for reasons as follows: 1) to promote personal savings and financial literacy in an environment where the Social Security Trust Fund is strained. 2) To remain consistent with the spirit and intent of our efforts to ensure electronic payments across government, including in social security benefits. ...more »

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