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CD Rates Leaderboard For September 7

No changes to the best nationally available CD rates coming off of Labor Day.

That’s good news, of course.

And don’t miss our weekend post on just how good iGObanking’s 3-month certificate of deposit really is.

TERM BANK RATE MIN. DEPOSIT
3-Month CDs iGoBanking 1.35% APY $500
6-Month CDs NewDominion Bank 1.25% APY $3,000
  TriState Capital Direct 1.25% APY $50,000
12-Month CDs Sallie Mae Bank 1.55% APY None
24-Month CDs NewDominion Bank 1.95% APY $3,000
36-Month CDs Danversbank 2.50% APY $500
60-Month CDs Melrose Credit Union 3.03% APY $5,000

(We include Melrose in our rankings because it has a unique charter that allows anyone to join, no matter where they live or work.)

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  1. CrankySaver said:
    on September 7th at 10:12 am

    American National Bank of DeKalb County is offering northern Illinois residents a very good high-yield checking account. It’s paying 4.25% APY on balances up to $25,000. That’s a quarter-point more than you can earn with the best nationally available high-yield or reward checking accounts. Click here to see all of the most recent posts on our Personal Finance blog, which you can always reach by using the “Finance” tab at the top of any page.

  2. DealMaven said:
    on September 7th at 12:08 pm

    NewDominnion Bank lowered its rate on the 24-month CD to 1.85% from 1.95%. Although that is still the highest nationally available rate, you won’t make quite as much interest on your $3,000 deposit.