Sounds like a pretty good idea. Let me see if I understand, basically I would invest an equal amount of money in several (say three) t-bills that mature on different dates (say 3mo, 6mo, 1yr) and then, as they mature, invest in new 1yr issues?I noticed there are some CDs out there with better returns. Do t-bills have a better return after taxes? Is that why you recomed them and not CDs?Here is the latest t-bill offered through scottrade. There were none listed past 6mos though. Why is that? Qty Min Issue Coupon Maturity Price YTM 25001 10 T-BILL (6MO) Non Callable 0.000 01-18-2007 97.494 5.155 Ryan
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