7 best short-term investments next year

1. High-Yield Savings Accounts:

A high-yield savings account at a bank or credit union is a good alternative to keeping cash in a checking account.

2. Short-Term Corporate Bond Fund:

 Corporate bonds are bonds issued by major corporations to fund their investments.

3. Money Market Accounts:

Money market accounts are another type of bank deposit, and they usually pay a higher interest rate than regular savings accounts

4. Cash Management Accounts:

A cash management account gives you a liquid cash account that allows you to access your money quickly

5. Short-term US Government Bond Funds:

Government bonds are like corporate bonds, except they are issued by the US federal government and its agencies.

6. No Penalty Certificate of Deposit:

This Lets you dodge the specific fee that a bank charges if you cancel your CD before it matures.

7. Money Market Mutual Funds:

A money market mutual fund invests in short-term securities including Treasury, municipal and corporate debt, as well as bank debt securities.

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