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State Farm Bank Now Owns Top 3-Year CD

In raising rates, the online bank of the insurance company now offers the highest yielding nationally available 3-year bank CD in nearly a year.

Iowa Deal: 14-Month CD Pays 1.4%

Just a few years ago, Iowa was a hotbed of strong CD rates. But that’s slowed down, making Premier Credit Union’s special 14-month CD rates a boon for Des Moines-area savers.

iGObanking Pushes 6-Month CD Up To 1%

The online division of Flushing Bank, which has 17 locations in New York, has a maddening CD pricing strategy in that it will offer an outstanding rate on one term or more, only to cut the offer quickly to some very low rate.

22-Month CD Pays 2% In New York

Western New York savers should check out Family First Federal Credit Union’s special 22-month CD rates.

4 Banks Pay Top 36-Month CD Rate

Don’t settle for average returns when you can make up to 1.45% APY from one of these top nationally available deals on 36-month CDs.

Highest CD Rates Roundup For Sept. 12

We didn’t see very many rate changes this week. In fact, the only one of note was a slight (one one-hundredth of a percentage point) rate cut from EverBank on 36-month CDs.

Average 5-Year CD At 2014 High

Let’s not get too excited, but the typical 60-month CD you’d find at your corner bank is at its highest rate of 2014.

Long-Term CD Pays 3% APY

If you simply can’t wait for rates to improve – or for another PenFed deal to come along – savers in 11 states can grab a 3% rate on long-term certificates of deposit.

Mass. Deal: 30-Month CD Pays 1.61%

Avon Co-operative Bank has special 30-month CD rates for Boston-area savers.