Early redemption available to flood victims in northeast

Friday, July 14th, 2006
Categorized as: Yesterday's News (old post archive)

Yesterday the Treasury announced that it would open a disaster relief program for counties in New York, New Jersey, Ohio, and Pennsylvania that have recently been affected by flooding. The program is open through the end of August.

The program allows Savings Bond holders in these counties to get expedited replacement of lost bonds or to redeem bonds before they are one year old. For complete information, see Savings Bond disaster relief programs.

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[…] Redemption before one-year and expedited processing of lost bonds are available to victims of flooding in the northeast under a Treasury disaster relief program. For more information, see Early redemption available to flood victims in northeast. […]

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