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Q: Marta is starting college in eighteen months. She has $1,500 saved and would like to save or invest this money to use for college tuition. Marta does not like taking risks with her money and does
not have an emergency fund. Which type of account or investment is best for her? fifteen-year savings bond one-year CD earning 4 percent interest basic savings account earning 1.3 percent interest compounded monthly stocks
A: Marta is starting college in eighteen months. She has $1,500 saved and would like to save or invest this money to use for college tuition. Marta does not like taking risks with her money and does not have an emergency fund. [ Which type of account or investment is best for her? Answer: A one-year CD earning 4% intrest would make you $60. ]
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User: Marta is starting college in eighteen months. She has $1,500 saved and would like to save or invest this money to use for college tuition. Marta does not like taking risks with her money and does not have an emergency fund. Which type of account or investment is best for her? fifteen-year savings bond one-year CD earning 4 percent interest basic savings account earning 1.3 percent interest compounded monthly stocks

Weegy: Marta is starting college in eighteen months. She has $1,500 saved and would like to save or invest this money to use for college tuition. Marta does not like taking risks with her money and does not have an emergency fund. [ Which type of account or investment is best for her? Answer: A one-year CD earning 4% intrest would make you $60. ]
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User: Lenny has a remaining balance on his credit card of $800. His credit card has an APR of 22 percent. How much will he pay in interest in one month? $14.40 $22.00 $176 $16.00

Weegy: 800*.22 = $176
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