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So several years ago I opened a Treasury direct account for whatever reason, and It's just kinda sat there for a long time empty and unused. 

 

Now that I'm starting to grind bank accounts a little bit I've started to use it for qualifying direct deposits on pretty much every bank there is including chase and BoA. 

 

I was wondering if there has been any other interesting tidbits found out there about this kinda oddball service.  Anyone had a terrible experience? 

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Biggest nuisance I recall from my regular use of them was needing their little matrix card to input the constantly changing codes...other than that, just remember that it is the MOST EASILY means of tracking taxable investments...which can be both a good and a bad thing LOL!

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I moved my paper savings bonds (EE and I) into my TreasuryDirect account a long time ago, plus make an occasional savings bond purchase. Nothing oddball about it. The Treasury stopped issuing paper savings bonds a long time ago, so it's this way or don't bother buying savings bonds.

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