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Certificates of Deposit Explained

What Is a Certificate of Deposit?

A certificate of deposit, more commonly referred to as a CD, is an investment product offered by banks and credit unions that typically offers a higher rate of return than a standard savings account. However, to get that return, you ...

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Can You Buy a Money Order with a Credit Card?

Yes, you can buy a money order with a credit card. But, before you make that charge to your credit card, there are some considerations you may want to take into account.

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