Why does the yield to maturity on my T-Bill show 0%?

When a Treasury Bill (T-Bill) reaches its maturity date, you may notice the yield displayed on the holding shows 0%. This is because the T-Bill has fully matured and earned its full Yield to Maturity. Any funds not spent on the day of maturity will be automatically reinvested in a new T-Bill at the current yield on the business day following the maturity date. This is done to help you earn the highest yield possible.

To view the yield for each deposit, navigate to Liquid Treasuries from the options on the left side of the Evergreen Money app. Click on Show Details under available balance, then select US Treasury Bills. Each T-Bill holding will display the purchase amount. If you click on each buy under Trades, it will show the Yield to Maturity for that deposit.