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These amounts were actually paid to each CD.

Let me rephrase.

What interest could you take - without any premature withdrawal penalties - and use to go buy a cheeseburger?

I ask because CDs with an original term of less than a year very frequently pay the interest only at maturity. Longer term CDs can pay interest monthly, quarterly, or annually.

--Peter
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