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CD laddering is an investment strategy that involves spreading funds across multiple certificates of deposit (CDs) with different maturity dates. Compared to investing in a single short term CD and rolling it over at maturity, CD laddering provides increased returns while creating access to funds periodically to reinvest or withdraw if funds are needed for an unexpected or planned expense. Learn more about CD Laddering from this NASB Now video.
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