Investors purchased nearly $7 billion in Series I bonds in October, according to the Treasury Department. Here's how to figure out when to redeem them.
President Joe Biden intends to nominate Danny Werfel to become the next IRS Commissioner, overseeing the plan for the agency's nearly $80 billion in funding.
A key short-term Treasury yield was down on Monday, and U.K. government bonds rallied sharply.
The U.S. Department of the Treasury has unveiled a makeover for TreasuryDirect, the platform used to buy Series I bonds. Here's what investors need to know.
A majority of CFOs surveyed by CNBC said they do not think inflation has peaked, and some expect a recession for the economy sooner than previously forecast.
CNBC's Ted Kemp explains how The Group of Seven wealthy nations' price cap on Russian oil will lower the price Moscow can get from any buyer, whether they're part of the price cap agreement or not.
Two House Democrats asked the Treasury Department watchdog to review airlines' use of the more than $50 billion in aid for staff buyouts.
As the cost of living soars, one lawmaker is urging the Treasury Department to remove the barriers to buying Series I bonds.
Code for America has launched a free online sign-up portal so Puerto Rico residents can more easily access the child tax credit.
It's not easy to purchase Series I bonds online through TreasuryDirect, a 20-year-old platform. Here's how to avoid common pain points.
The Treasury Department on Tuesday announced that the U.S. and a handful of key economic allies will prohibit imports of Russian gold.
Three House Democrats are pushing for relief on the $10,000 limit on the federal deduction for state and local taxes by pleading to reverse a 2019 rule.
The Treasury Department expanded sanctions to crack down on Moscow's access to yachts as the U.S. punishes Russian President Vladimir Putin.
There are a few strategies for putting away more than the technical $10,000 limit annually in federal I bonds, which currently pay a record 9.62% annual rate.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen believes the U.S. financial system is in working order, but wouldn't be surprised to see market volatility linger.
The U.S. Treasury Department announced that it expanded its wide raft of sanctions to include entities that are seen to be helping Russia evade penalties.
At least 55 of the largest corporations in America paid no federal corporate income taxes on their 2020 profits, according to the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy, including such household names as FedEx, Nike, HP and Salesforce. Those companies would have paid a collective total of $8.5 billion to the U.S. government, but instead they received $3.5 billion in tax rebates, which amounts to $12 billion in lost revenue. These figures don't include corporations that paid only some but not all of these taxes, like Netflix and Amazon.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen cautioned Wednesday that Russia's attack on Ukraine could cause a major hit to the global economy.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen testifies Wednesday before the House Financial Services Committee on the state of international finance.
Taxes weren't collected on about 60% of all unemployment benefits issued in 2021. Recipients may owe money or get a smaller refund this tax season.