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Indiana Deal: 1% On 4-Month CDs

Centra Credit Union has the perfect “short but sweet” deal, as well as a longer CD that can also fit the bill. It’s paying 2.05% on a 5-year bump-up CD.

Big Easy Deal: 1.77% On 3-Year CDs

New Orleans-based First NBC Bank is paying Louisiana savers a quarter-point more than the best nationally return on these certificates of deposit.

How Does This Step-Up CD Actually Work?

A recent bad experience prompted me to make a list of some questions savers should ask before opening one of these accounts to make sure they’re getting what they’re paying for.

Leading 2-Year CD Rates Slide So Far This Year, But They Still Top Last March

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

New Jersey Deal: 1% On 5-Month CDs

For savers shying away from long-term CDs until the Fed starts raising rates, Oritani Bank is offering some attractive short-term options for parking your money.

EverBank Falls From 36-, 60-Month Lead

The Jacksonville-based bank cut it’s return on 5-, 3- and 2-year certificates of deposit today, dropping it out of the lead for the best nationally available deals in two of those terms.

Arizona Special On 15- And 25-Month CDs

To celebrate its Diamond Anniversary Vantage West Credit Union is offering two CD specials to lucky Arizona savers.

Dallas Deal: 2.50% On 5-Year CDs

City Credit Union beats the best nationally available returns with that deal, and is also paying 1.50% APY on 30-month CDs.

NexBank Restricts CD Sales To Texas

NexBank no longer accepting deposits from savers across the country and has dropped off of our CD Rates Leaderboard.