The purchasing power of your cash stash can diminish as inflation eats away at it over time. Short-duration bond ETFs can potentially be a way to add more income while helping you step out of cash and meet short- or long-term investment goals. There’s no one-size-fits-all approach. For many, it helps to think of cash in layers, and segment it based on how soon you will need to use it. In this recorded webinar, learn how to develop a cash segmentation strategy and the tools iShares® ETFs offer to help your cash work harder for you.
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