Tips for safely investing & growing $50K (or less)

Here are some of the best uses for your money if you have $50,000 to invest.

Top Off Your Emergency Fund

If you don’t have a fully-funded emergency fund, this should be your top investment priority.

Interest rates on I-Bonds are set by the government, and they fluctuate based on inflation and other market conditions.

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Series I Bonds

If you’re carrying any debt — especially credit card debt or other  high-interest debt — it makes sense to consider paying it off first  before dropping money in the stock market.

Paying Off Debt

Americans aren’t saving enough for retirement, and this was true even before the pandemic started wreaking havoc on the economy.

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Top Off Your Retirement Contributions


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