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Money Market vs. CD: What's Better? - NerdWallet » Torn between a money market and CD? CDs earn more but have fixed terms. Money markets are more like regular savings accounts.

I'm on track to retire early thanks to a $15 book that taught me everything I know about investing » Reading "The Simple Path to Wealth" by JL Collins provided the foundation she needed to start investing and building wealth.

How I Failed My Daughter and a Simple Path to Wealth » Literally since the day she was born people have been complimenting my daughter. Her looks, her brains, her charm (she takes after her mother) and her behavior. For that last one I sometimes get credit. Not that I deserve it. Mostly I’ve stood by and simply watched in awe and tried not to get in…[Continue Reading]

Old National Bank » Old National Bank provides a variety of personal and business accounts, expanded digital banking services, and greater control in how you manage your money.

Top 20 Strategies For CD Savers | Bankrate » When shopping for a certificate of deposit, it pays to compare CD yields and terms to help maximize your savings and diversify your portfolio.

r/sofi on Reddit: Hmm just opened Sofi account for the 1.2% and 4.3% on checking and savings and now my checking went to 0.5% » Posted by u/MauiPj - 12 votes and 44 comments

The Smoother Path to Wealth » Update by JL: It’s fun for me, and I hope for you too, to read these posts from a decade ago. Mostly it shows how well the principles in them stand the test of time. But some minor things change or make me reconsider. There are two in this one.   First, the money market…[Continue Reading]

Best Checking Accounts 2024: NYT Finance Bestseller’s Picks New » If you’re looking to open a checking or bank account, you likely know there are a lot of options out there. To help you make the right decision for your situation, I analyzed all the checking accounts…

Stocks — Part XXIX: How to save money for college. Or not. » Ever since I published this post — Why I don’t like Investment Advisors — people have somehow gotten it into their heads that I don’t like investment advisors. Go figure. And ever since he first interviewed me on his podcast, Radical Personal Finance, my financial planner pal Joshua takes me to task for this. He assures me, with great…[Continue Reading]

Best high-yield savings accounts » The best high-yield savings accounts can be up to 12 times higher than the national average savings rate.


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