The following is a list of the nationally available highest yields CD rates. In general, certificates of deposit (CDs) are great investments because your principal is protected by FDIC insurance and your interest rates are guaranteed. Moreover, you can use CD Ladder to make your CD savings more flexible and effective. You can open certificates of deposit at your local bank, but with a little more effort you can secure the best rates through online banks.
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Salt Lake City, UT
New York City, NY
|My e-BAnC by BAC Florida Bank|
Coral Gables, FL
|GE Capital Bank|
|California First National Bank|
|Colorado Federal Savings Bank|
Greenwood Village, CO
La Jolla, CA
Ft. Lauderdale, FL
|First Internet Bank of Indiana|
|The Palladian PrivateBank|
|Pentagon Federal Credit Union|
|Home Savings Bank|
Salt Lake City, UT
|Presidential Bank, FSB|
|Chartway Federal Credit Union|
Virgina Beach, VA
|HeritageWest Credit Union|
Virginia Beach, VA
|EH National Bank|
Beverly Hills, CA
|AloStar Bank of Commerce|
|Lone Star Bank|
|Pacific Mercantile Bank|
Costa Mesa, CA
San Antonio, TX
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Bank and thrift deposits are insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Credit union deposits are insured by the National Credit Union Administration. Bankrate.com rates banks, thrifts and credit unions through proprietary Safe & Sound star rating system. Rates are subject to change without notice and may vary from branch to branch.
The following information was last reviewed and updated on April 17, 2013. Rates and conditions change constantly, so please review the information at the bank’s website carefully before you open an account. All banks are FDIC insured.
|1.60%||Discover Bank Certificate of Deposit offers rates between 0.40% APY for a 3-month term up to 1.60% APY for a 5-year term. 7-year and 10-year terms are also available.|