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 Is a certificate of deposit considered a security?

Answer Certificates of deposit (CDs) are considered a low-risk vehicle for saving money. Most CDs are not considered securities since the saver does not incur a risk of loss. To ensure that a CD is not a ... Read More »
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Is a certificate of deposit considered cash?

A certificate of deposit (CD) is not considered cash, but it is considered a cash equivalent. A CD provides quick access to your cash, gives a stable rate of return and increases short-term securit... Read More »
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How do I calculate yearly deposit amounts based on total certificate of deposit amount?

Figuring the DepositAdd 1 to the interest rate per month, then raise the number to the power of the number of times the CD compounds. This is the interest factor. Divide the total amount of the CD ... Read More »
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What is a 30- to 60-day certificate of deposit?

A certificate of deposit is an account where the borrower, typically a bank, pays you a higher than market rate in exchange for your agreeing to leave your money with them for a set period of time.... Read More »
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What does certificate of deposit mean?

A certificate of deposit is a bank account that returns a fixed rate of interest for a fixed period of time. These accounts are covered by FDIC insurance, but impose a high early withdrawal penalty... Read More »
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