A savings bond functions most like which of the following?
A utility bill, which is repaid to the provider each month on a service plan
A loan to any government agency, which is repaid on an installment plan
A loan to the federal government, which is repaid to the creditor with interest
An individual credit card debt, which is never repaid and keeps earning interest
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Savings bonds are an affordable, safe and convenient way for Americans to save. You can buy a savings bond for as little as $25.
The U.S. Department of the Treasury has issued savings bonds since 1935. When you buy a savings bond, you loan the amount you paid for the bond to the U.S. government. Over a period of time (up to 30 years), the savings bond earns interest. After 12 months, the savings bond can be cashed for its face value plus the interest it has earned.
"the savings bond earns interest."
Which option has interest in it?
You're correct Kayla :)
C and D
but I m thinking more of C
What do you mean she's correct? She said two different options.
Thnx guys :D
Why did I get 2 medals lol
Oh, I just noticed her second comment that said "orB"