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- Where do I put money for the next 3-6 years for a home purchase?
- What should I keep in mind as I’m considering becoming a financial counselor?
- Will our teenager need to file taxes for his summer job?
- Can I use my credit card as an emergency fund so I can invest my savings?
- What’s the best investment account for teaching kids about saving and investing?
Additional links from this episode:
- If you’re interested in Series I savings bonds for medium term savings goals, then head to TreasureDirect.gov
- Whether you’re considering becoming or hiring a financial counselor, check out CPFC as well as AFC.
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