Now you can take a One-Minute Self Test in the privacy of your own home to see if you’re in a good borrowing position. Find out if a CD is right for you, or whether you should consider an IRA. Determine what category of mutual funds matches your goals, or whether you should consider meeting with a Financial Planner. Of course, our self-tests are not substitutes for the advice of a professional, but they’re a good starting point, and you’ll learn more about your financial picture.
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