With this criteria, we slush puppie prizes eliminated pretty much all investments.
They have many useful tools that will help every investor analyze their portfolio and plan for retirement.
Joe highly recommends Personal Capital for DIY investors.
This is quite a bit lower than inflation and I thought we should find a better alternative.
(I negotiated down from 100k because I really think that is way too much cash.) Weve been working on it for a while and we finally made it this month!He logs on to Personal Capital almost daily to check his cash flow and net worth.We have been diligently socking away my paycheck every month into the savings account at our credit union.Here are some other choices.Keep in mind, this amount cannot go down and needs to be liquid, so no gold, stock, or bonds.Readers suggested option, i-bonds @ 3 interest rate and a pretty low penalty (3 months interest.).He spent 16 years working in computer design and enjoyed the technical work immensely.Its not much better than the online saving account and I dont think its really worth it right now.Thailand and get.5 on 6 month.If you need help keeping track of your finances, try using, personal Capital to manage your budget and net worth.
This is probably the safest way to stash the money and get a bit more interest than the saving account.
CD rates are also very low at this point.
You can do the same with I-bonds.Perhaps I need to look into this further.It can help you keep track of your income, expenses, and net worth, all in one place.Retirebyforty, joe started, retire by 40 in 2010 to figure out how to retire early.The main criteria we have for this 50,000 is to keep it liquid.