The Best Savings Account Is… A Credit Card?

2020 is looking like a rough year for investors.

Stocks are volatile due to coronavirus concerns and fears about the global supply chain. Plus, federal rate cuts are reducing the yields on both savings accounts and certificates of deposit. With all this uncertainty, you may be wondering how to safely grow your money.

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