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You should also call the bank that issued the CD, depending on the interest rate of the CD it could be in their best interest to let you cash out the CD’s early and they might be willing to waive the penalty. It doesn’t cost anything to ask

I don't think brokered CDs work that way. They are marketable (in theory) and not cashed in. In other words, they are really bonds, except they get FDIC insurance, unlike an actual bond sold by the bank.
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