What kind of interest does a CD pay?
What is a CD (Certificate of Deposit)? A CD (certificate of deposit) is a type of deposit account that’s payable at the end of a specified amount of time (referred to as the term). CDs generally pay a fixed rate of interest and can offer a higher interest rate than other types of deposit accounts, depending on the market.
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