a comprehensive personal finance program like Quicken, a complicated
separate Savings Bond program shouldn't be needed. This program made
that so. It provided an easy way to update the current and
past values for US Savings Bonds for over 20 years. Unfortunately, the failure of
the last old system that could maintain the program, means that it must be retired.
However, that doesn't mean that the concept is dead. I'm working on finishing a new
program, written from scratch, using modern tools. It will be very easy to use, compatible
with modern Windows systems, and should work indefinitely, unless the Treasury changes their
Each 6 months, download the new file from the Treasury's website, run SBPG,
and within seconds you'll have 6 months of bond data, converted and ready to import into Quicken.
Until then, if you are a former EEBVE user, or want to set up your bonds the SBPG/EEBVE way
(see the help), you can download
data files generated from the developement version of SBPG.
Quicken is a trademark of Intuit Inc. and Windows is a
trademark of Microsoft Corp. Although this program was designed to work
with Intuit's Quicken, no connection with or endorsement from Intuit is
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