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Why Your Savings Account's Interest Rate Isn’t That Big of a Deal

Savings rates are notoriously low at banks these days, but some of them will offer a “high interest” rate of a whopping one percent. As someone with a high interest savings account, I can tell you: it’s not that big of a deal. Here’s why. Read more...
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