RateBrain.com – High Interest Savings Account

Easily and quickly view and compare the best Government insured CDs, Checking, and Savings rates available nationwide at RateBrain.com

Just a sampling:

Discover Bank
10 Year CD Account
3.70% APY* (as of Jan 1, 2010)
Minimum Deposit: $2500

PenFed Credit Union
7 Year CD Account
3.75% APY (as of Jan 1, 2010)
Minimum Deposit: $1000

Melrose Credit Union
5 Year CD Account
3.65% APY (as of Jan 1, 2010)
Minimum Deposit: $5000

Hudson City Bank
3 Year CD Account
2.80% APY (as of Jan 1, 2010)
Minimum Deposit: $1000

BankOn Savings Account
2.05% APY (as of Dec 31, 2009)
Minimum Deposit: $0

SmartyPig Savings Account
2.01% APY (as of Dec 31, 2009)
Minimum Deposit: $1

Alliant Credit Union Savings Account
2.00% APY (as of Dec 31, 2009)
Minimum Deposit: $5

Sierra Bank Checking Account
4.09% APY (as of Jan 1, 2010)
Minimum Deposit: $50

Coulee Bank Checking Account
4.04% APY (as of Jan 1, 2010)
Minimum Deposit: $0

First Bank & Trust (<$25k) Checking Account
4.01% APY (as of Jan 1, 2010)
Minimum Deposit: $0

Keep in mind most of the banks have caps on their interest rates and may have direct deposit minimums and other terms. Remember to visit each bank’s website for all their up-to-date rates and conditions.

*Annual Percentage Yield

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