Understanding how these accounts work can help you make the best choice.
Both products offer a safe place to store your funds. But they both come with pros and cons.
CDs hold your funds for a set period. In exchange, you get a reliable return.
Here’s everything to know about the pros and cons of the account serving as the center of your financial life.
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