Here’s what financial experts say to do with your money in 2021

“While it might be a bit premature this year, perhaps in late 2022 or 2023 investors can expect some modest levels of income on both #bankaccounts and money markets with subsequent annual increases thereafter,” our very own @Deron McCoy in conversation with @Washington Business Journal on how to look ahead and make wise #investmentdecisions.

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