Where is the best place to stash your short term money?

I-Bonds are savings bonds issued by the U.S. government that pay about 1.35%. This rate is much higher than any money market account. You must keep your money here at least a year and no individual can contribute more than $10,000 each year. You can also put in an additional $5,000 if you invest your tax refund. If this is money you want to keep safe and not need for 2-4 years you should check out this site.  https://www.treasurydirect.gov/

  The I-Bond will adjust every 6 months to the CPI. This is a perfect inflation hedge for short term cash.

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