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Reward Checking Bucks The Trend

Five banks are still paying 4% on high-yield checking accounts open to all savers regardless of where they live.

That’s really remarkable, because it’s about what the best high-yield or reward checking accounts were paying this time last year.Five banks are still paying 4% on high-yield checking accounts open to all savers regardless of where they live.

We certainly can’t say that about the top returns on CDs, savings or money market accounts.

They’re all paying significantly less than they were in September 2009, and significantly less than the best high-yield checking accounts.

That’s why the reward checking accounts offered by hundreds of community banks has been one of the few bright spots to come out of the financial crisis and recession for savers.

Here are the banks with top nationally available rates on high-yield checking accounts.

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  1. Candy Cane said:
    on September 22nd at 12:09 pm

    Capital Bank’s Reward Checking is only available to residents of NC as stated on their online application form.

  2. DealMaven said:
    on September 22nd at 04:43 pm

    And another one bites the dust.

    Now we have four, but we’ll keep looking.