What's the difference between Treasury Bills, Bonds, and Notes?

The difference between bills, notes, and bonds is the amount of time the securities take to reach maturity. A bill generally has a maturity of less than one year, a note ranges anywhere from one to 10 years, and a bond has a maturity of 10 years or more.

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