New Savings Bond “Wizard” for Macs

Thursday, April 10th, 2008
Categorized as: Current value of a US Savings Bond

The Treasury’s Savings Bond Wizard, which is a software program you can download to and run on your own computer, only works with Windows computers.

Now there’s similar software for the Mac, called Hamilton. The author’s blog about the software is here.

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On April 22nd, 2008 Gene Bouley said:

Hamilton is great. It has all the features of Savings Bond Wizard plus. If you have a PC and have Savings Bond Wizard, you can export a csv file and Hamilton will read it. I highly recommend Hamilton.

On May 11th, 2008 Arnold S. said:

I have had nothing but problems since I downloaded Hamilton to my computer a few weeks ago.

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