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    Short-Term Investments

    My husband and I would like to start investing in order to buy a house and have emergency money. What types of funds/stocks can you remove your money from without paying an early withdrawal fee?

    Also, do credit unions have higher interest rates than banks?

    "Early withdrawal" fees apply to money taken out of qualified retirement plans -- a 401(k) or similar plan at work, an IRA (Individual Retirement Account), a Keogh or SEP (for self-employed people) -- before a certain age, typically 59 1/2.

    Some mutual funds have "exit" fees. To find out, simply ask before buying shares. However, most "no load" funds (officialese for "no fee") do not. No load funds are purchased directly from a fund, not through a broker, by calling a fund's toll-free number.

    There's no early withdrawal fee for individual stocks held outside a retirement plan. However, you have to pay a broker's commission to buy and sell shares -- unless you purchase shares directly from the company, something a growing number of them are allowing. Then there may be a modest sales fee.

    $$$TIP: You can save money by buying shares directly through dividend reinvestment plans (DRIPs).

    I suggest you start your savings nest egg in a money market mutual fund.

    And, yes,credit unions consistently pay higher rates on savings than banks. They're an excellent alternative. is not a comercial or official site. all opinions provided at drugsboat are personal opinions and should not be taken too seriously, but considered. drugsboat holds no responsibility for any negative consequences of it's contents. information is here free for taking, it's visitor's responsibility to use it in a proper way.