What are bonds?

Your guide to understanding Worthy Bonds

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Written by John Lasak
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What are bonds?

At their core, bonds are a promise. When you buy a bond, you're lending money to an organization (like a company or government). In return, they promise to pay you back with interest over a set period. It's like lending a friend money, but with formal terms and interest.

Why are Worthy Bonds special?

While the traditional concept of bonds might sound old-school, Worthy Bonds have revolutionized this space:

  1. High Interest: We offer a fixed 7% APY interest. This means your money grows steadily, year after year.

  2. Compounding Power: Every dollar earned as interest starts earning its own interest. It’s a gift that keeps on growing!

  3. Accessibility: Everyone is “Worthy” of earning more with us. We've removed the jargons, making investing straightforward and relatable. We don't require a broker-dealer and we have no fees!

  4. Community Impact: Your investment works for you, while simultaneously creating a positive ripple effect in the community.

Why trust Worthy Bonds?

Bonds are a tried-and-true method of investing. But Worthy Bonds stand out by combining the strength of traditional bonds with the innovation of modern technology. We're about simplicity, transparency, and genuine returns.

Shape a better world

We're working to change the face of finance. It's time to use our money and direct our investments to help shape the world we want to live in.

Main Street instead of Wall Street

We want to help people grow a nest egg even if they think they can't...and do it while supporting Main Street over Wall Street.

Everyone is Worthy of financial security

At Worthy, we believe everyone is worthy of -- and deserves -- economic security.

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