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Don’t Forget To Optimize The Return On Your Savings

Data by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis (FRED) reports the national average on non-jumbo money market accounts deposits (i.e. less than $100,000) is a miserly 0.08%. It’s only marginally higher for jumbo deposits at 0.12%. CD rates have also plummeted. The current national rates for CDs are only 0.22% for 1-year, 0.49% for 3-year and 0.78% Read More...
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