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Retirement Plan Bonds were a type of bond that Treasury used to issue but does not issue now. From Janury 1975 to April 1982, they were available as an investment option for people who could make tax-deductible contributions to a “Keogh” retirement account. They were non-transferrable, accrued-interest bonds.