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First Internet Joins Top 5-Year CD Rates

First Internet Bank of Indiana is now offering one of the top nationally available 5-year CD rates.

The online bank based in Indianapolis is paying 2.65% APY with a minimum deposit of $1,000.
First Internet Bank of Indiana is paying 2.65% APY on these certificates of deposit.
That’s not quite as much as you can earn with the best nationally available 5-year CDs.

But it’s good enough to rank among the eight best rates in the country and far better than the current average of 1.66% APY for 60-month CDs.

You can buy these certificates of deposit online and this deal is open to savers in all 50 states.

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  1. Nuts said:
    on October 8th at 06:02 pm

    Not even close. You should be doing a much better job. Look around. If you do, you would find one for 3.75%. You never have the best rates. You are way overrated.

  2. Bryan said:
    on October 9th at 01:15 am

    Yes, there are better rates than 2.65%. I like First Internet not only because they have a above industry rate, but also because they are a financially safe bank.

    Nuts – Can you share which bank is offering 3.75%? The top 5 yr rate I know of is 3.03% at Melrose Credit Union…

  3. thomas h. said:
    on October 9th at 02:57 pm

    Hey Nuts, I think you’re nuts. Any bank offering 3.75 percent on a 5 year CD has to be a small community bank that only sells to local customers. And I haven’t seen a deal like that from any of the banks around here in months. So if you’ve got the goods, name names dude.

  4. Nuts said:
    on October 11th at 01:44 pm

    Pentagon Federal Credit Union. Membership is open to all.

  5. Toots said:
    on October 11th at 03:45 pm

    Guess what, nuts? Today PenFed CU is paying 2.75 on a 5 year CD. You’d have to go 7 years to get close to 3.75 — and it’s 3.49.

  6. thomas h. said:
    on October 11th at 04:07 pm

    Yeah, and membership isn’t open to all, either. You pretty much have to be a government employee, ex-military or work for a government contractor. People like me who toil in the true private sector can’t meet the criteria. Here is where the membership qualifications are laid out:

  7. Judy Y said:
    on October 13th at 01:00 pm

    I get so frustrated reading these blogs on Pen Fed. For a small donation to Military Families, you can join Pen Fed right on their web-site. It seems like the info from so many bloggers is half-#!?ed. Sorry