The sharp rise in interest rates manufactured by the Federal Reserve over the past year to address inflation has one semi-silver lining: you can now earn more interest on bank and credit union savings
On this special episode, Suze outlines the ramifications of three US Banks closing and it’s impact on interest rates.
Back from their fishing vacation, this episode of Ask Suze & KT Anything, finds Suze answering questions about CDs, whole life insurance, figuring out if you can afford a home and more.
On this podcast of Ask Suze & KT Anything, Suze answers questions from listeners about rolling over 401Ks, beneficiaries, scholarships, early withdrawal penalties and so much more!
Suze starts this podcast with a recap of what happened in the stock market last week. Then, we get a lesson on why it’s so important to stay the course with our investments.
You know I am all for investing money you won’t need for decades in low-cost stock index mutual funds or exchange-traded funds.
I want you to understand there is a big shift going on in our economy. I know you are well aware that interest rates have been very low ever since the financial crisis. But that’s changing. The Federal Reserve, which has control of a key interest rate-called the Federal Funds rate-has recently decided that it no longer needs to keep that rate so low because the economy is showing signs of solid strength.