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Ask GFC 014 – What’s the Best Way to Invest Money for the Short-term?

Have you ever been in a situation where you had a big chunk of money that you felt you had to “do something with”, even though you have big plans for it in the very near term? It’s actually not uncommon, especially since risk-free investments pay practically nothing in interest. It only seems natural to […]
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