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How To Get More Interest on Your Bank Money (Part 2) – with Scott White | Podcast

#39 – Some people have been waiting for interest rates to get better since 2008. Instead, we recommend doing something different: Get creative when looking for better interest rates.

In part two of our interest rates mini-series, Jeremy Keil joins Scott White, a fixed annuity specialist with CPS Insurance Services. They discuss unique ways of earning higher interest on your excess cash in the current low interest rate environment. To make things easier for you, they also lay out a simple 4-step decision process to guide you in your search for better interest rates.

You will learn:

  • Why interest rates are so low
  • Six tips for significantly boosting your effective interest rate
  • Key questions you should ask before getting a fixed annuity
  • Updates on the current interest rates market
  • And more!

Listen now and learn how you can get more interest on your bank money!

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