A self directed IRAs at an FDIC insured bank can be a valuable resource in personal financial planning.  An IRA can hold a certificate of deposit and be insured up to $250,000.00 instead of the individual FDIC insurance limit of $100,000.00.  You can be complete control of these funds and direct the type and maturity of the account at the bank.

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