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Author: ortman Big red star, 1000 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 308791  
Subject: Re: e-fund, a bitter pill to swallow Date: 1/28/2003 4:15 PM
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My e-fund is very small at the moment, because I'm paying off a debt, but I'm faithfully contributing to it. I'll be moving it soon to a money-market, because I'm noting that they typically earn higher interest rates than my CU offers on savings accounts.

I utilize I-Bonds for an e-fund. The rate is decent, and no taxes are paid on the interest until you cash them. Since I never *plan* on cashing them, the interest is essentially tax free for 30 years.

-Ortman

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