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Bob78164 sez:

<<I think the second half of this statement is premature. You have to run the numbers. What would the penalty be, how long a wait until the CDs mature, what is the present rate of return, and what would be the expected rate of return in the proposed alternative investment? Without knowing all of these numbers, it seems to me small-f foolhardy to opine on the better course of action.>>

You are absolutely correct. Running the numbers always makes sense. Your answer was more complete than mine.

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