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Two Ways To Earn 2.1% In Massachusetts

We’ve never been huge fans of relationship rates, and with better CD deals popping up at community banks and credit unions this fall, we rarely cover them.

But Pioneer Valley Federal Credit Union in western Massachusetts is paying 2.10% APY on 12-month CDs for members who also have an Investor Rewards Checking account.
That’s certainly something to [...]

New Leader In 3-Year CDs Paying 1.7%

iGObanking has raised its return on 36-month CDs to the second-highest rate we’ve seen this year. But how long will this deal last?

CD Special Cheers Pennsylvania Savers

First Priority Bank is paying customers across the Keystone State 1.55% APY on an 18-month CD.

Valley Of The Sun CD Is A Desert Deal

This 18-month CD special at Pinnacle Bank in Scottsdale pays 1.50% and is the only hot spot for savers that we’ve found in Arizona lately.

4-Year CD Rewards Illinois Investors

Savers with access to Morton Community Bank, or one of its divisions, known as Hometown Community Banks, can earn 2.05% APY on 48-month CDs.

Leading 2-Year CD Rate Still Stands Alone

We are constantly searching the country for the best nationally available deals on 24-month CDs. That’s why you can always find the best returns on Interest.com.

Same Good Rate On Three Texarkana CDs

TEXAR Federal Credit Union is offering 18-, 24- and 36-month CDs for the same way-above-average rate of 1.75% APY.

First Tech Woos CD Buyers With Bonuses

First Tech Federal Credit Union is trying to attract more deposits and it has some pretty attractive interest rates, too.

6-Month CDs Finally Do Something This Fall, But It’s The Wrong Thing

Not only hasn’t the top nationally available 6-month CD rate on our CD Rates Leaderboard moved from 0.87% APY since April, the term saw only a single change in August.