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How To Maximize Interest Earned On Cash Type Investments


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Cash type investments include bank accounts such as checking, savings accounts and CDs, money market funds and government bonds.

To minimize bank fees on the account you use for everyday withdrawals, such as a checking account, it is generally required that you keep a savings type account in a minimum amount, with that bank.

For the excess, the question becomes balancing the need for cash and the interest earned. As a general matter, the longer the period until you can get to your principal, the greater the interest you earn.

To maximize your interest earned:

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NOTE: Kiplinger's has a newsletter: Investing for Income: Strategies to Boost Your Cash Yield. For information, see: offsite link

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