Posted by **jesse** on Tuesday, October 6, 2009 at 2:43am.

What might be the savings goal for a person who buys a five-year CD paying 4.67 percent instead of an 18-month savings certificate paying 3.29 percent?

i just do not get this

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**Writeacher**, Tuesday, October 6, 2009 at 8:49am
This is not my field, but I'll give you some possible ideas.

You are describing someone who is willing to have his money tied up for a longer period of time (a 5-yr CD) for a higher rate of interest, not a person who wants a faster turnaround for a lower rate of interest. Therefore, this person might be --

**a person who will retire in 5-6 years.

**a person who has a child who will enter college in 5-6 years.

**a person who plans to look for a home to buy in 5-6 years.

**etc. (What are other financial goals people have?)

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