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Extended Maturity Period

Extended Maturity Period Definition

A period (typically 10 years long for pre-May 1995 bonds) after the original maturity date during which a bond continues to earn interest according to applicable regulations (e.g., Department of the Treasury Circular, Public Debt Series, No. 1-80, as revised and amended, for Series EE bonds). It is also sometimes referred to as an extension period.

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