Series I bonds gain popularity due to high interest tied to inflation. Treasury sold $979M in 2022, almost matching 2018-2020's $1B sales. High return attracts, but downsides exist.
Shield against inflation with 6.89% interest until April 2023. Extendable 30-year maturity. U.S. Treasury secured.
Series I Savings Bonds offer inflation protection by adjusting interest rates based on inflation, ensuring returns stay close to current rates.
Cons include withdrawal penalties, variable interest, investment limits, and limited purchasing options.
Consider Series I Savings Bonds for emergency funds due to potential high returns. Consult pros before buying.