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      If you wish to invest money, you might think about putting your money

      on an FDIC-insured online bank. Emigrant bank (emigrantdirect.com) is

      giving 4.33% and FNBC. com is giving about 4.5%. Each bank is FDIC

      insured, over 100 years old and the minimum deposit is $1 and there is

      no charges. Also, you can take out your money whenever you want/need

      without a waiting period like a CD. I have dealt with these online

      bankds for several years and have incurred no problems. When my

      husband and I receive our Economic Stimulus check, we will deposit it

      to our account.

      — In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, “Carole Scandrol” wrote:

      >

      > If you don’t HAVE to spend it to pay bills, my bank just told me

      about a 5 day CD. I was complaining about the ridiculously low

      interest rate the savings accounts were paying. (.03%) She said they

      have a CD that matures in 5 days and pays almost 5%. That’s not

      spectacular, but a lot better than any other interest bearing account

      I’ve found that doesn’t tie up your money for a long time. You must

      deposit $500 minumum for 5 days, but then you can withdraw it any time

      without any penalty. It renews every 5 days, and the rate is based on

      the Fed rate.

      >

      > Carole

      > Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don’t

      matter

      > and those who matter don’t mind !

      >

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