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VInce Thorne

Thanks. these are the ones I typically use. In addition, when I plan more than six months in advance I hold my money in high dividend paying low risk stocks like utility companies. There is a risk of losing money in the stock market as always but I weight it in my math to gain some upside on the yields.


Shaun @ Smart Family Finance

I found some banks that pay very good interest on checking accounts, up as high as 4 APY.

I also try and avoid Money Market Funds. I’ve seen returns turn negative because of fees far too many times.


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