#38 – If you have a huge amount of excess cash sitting in your bank account but don’t have enough time for interest rate planning – outsource it.
Otherwise, it’ll keep losing value due to inflation!
In part one of our two-part series on interest rates, Jeremy Keil talks with John Major, vice president of The American Deposit Management Company (ADM). John provides a helpful introduction to the world of deposit management and shares tips to help you boost your current interest rates without having to compromise liquidity.
You will learn:
- Potential opportunities in our current interest rate environment
- The extent to which your bank money is protected under the FDIC insurance
- How ADM leverages its massive network of banks to get the best interest rates
- Negotiation strategies to help you receive better interest rates at any bank
Learn how to effectively manage your excess cash and maximize your interest rate returns by tuning in today!
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