how can you cash in a us savings bond that's in someone elses name?

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If you want to know about US bond cashing system,then i can help you.if the bonds are in your name,that means if you are the owner then you can cash that from any financial institution.if you have any bank account you can cash as many as you can.if you are not any bank customer then you have to ...

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Cashing in a bond is not income, so it shouldn't affect SSI. Bonds are counted as assets, just like bank accounts, so if you cash a bond it doesn't add or subtract from your assets. There is a limit of $2,000 in assets (not including a home, a car, and $1500 in burial funds) for you to receive ...