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Salem Five Direct – 1.25% APY Guaranteed

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Traditional savings accounts feature variable APYs that can be changed at any time. Salem Five Direct is bucking this trend by offering a guaranteed 1.25% APY on their eOneSavings account, which has a minimum of $100. If you apply by June 1, the rate will be guaranteed for one year until April 1, 2012. The [...]

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FirstMerit Savings Account Tops Rates for Users in Ohio

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FirstMerit Bank has a Reality Savings Account with a 1.25% APY. The savings rate is available as of 3/12/2011. You must have a FirstMerit Bank checking account to qualify for the savings rate. Details of the checking account offer include: Open with as little as $1.00 Competitive interest rates Earn interest on all balances No [...]

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Kasasa Rewards Checking & Savings – First National Bank

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First National Bank is offering a reward checking and savings account called Kasasa Cash and Kasasa Saver. The savings and checking accounts feature the following rates if certain monthly requirements are met. Kasasa Cash (Checking) 3.55% APY on balances up to $15,000 0.55% APY on portion of balances over $15,000 0.05% base rate if requirements [...]

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Top Savings Account Rates – 11/8/10

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Sallie Mae Bank also the lender of student loans is amongst top for the best savings account at 1.30% APY. This matches the savings rate of Capital One and American Express. All other major banks and institutions have been cutting their rates and offering less than Sallie’s 1.40%. Readysaver.com paid a nice 2.00% APY in March, [...]

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Sallie Mae Bank – CDs & Savings Accounts

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Sallie Mae bank is currently offering some top CD rates and savings account rates via their online bank. Sallie Mae CDs have the following features: No minimum balance No monthly charges No hidden fees FDIC insured Current Sallie Mae CD rates as of 7/14/2010: 12 month CD – 1.50% APY 3 Year CD – 2.20% [...]

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GMAC Bank Is Now Ally Bank at Ally.com

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GMAC Bank recently changed their name to Ally Bank, located at Ally.com. GMAC Bank is a subsidiary of GM, and it appears that this move is an attempt to distance itself from the bad press that GM has been receiving lately. GMACbank.com now points to Ally.com. Ally Bank offers many of the same products as [...]

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Acacia Federal Savings Bank

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Acacia Federal Savings Bank currently offers a tiered money market account that offers money market rates from .25% to 1.5% depending on your balance. The rate on your account changes automatically as your balances change. The current Acacia bank money market rates are: 1.5% APY for balances of $125,000 and up 1.25% APY for $75,000 [...]

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Fidelity Homestead CD, Savings Rates

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Fidelity Homestead Savings Bank of New Orleans, LA, is advertising some of the top CD rates available. Fidelity Homestead offers both IRA and regular CDs. The bank is also advertising their Plus certificates of deposit and an 18 month variable CD rate IRA certificate of deposit. The current 18 month variable IRA CD rate is [...]

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1st Constitution Direct Online Savings

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1st Constitution Direct has a special internet only savings promo on their high yield online savings account. With this internet only promotion, you can get 2.05% APY locked in for the first 3 months, after which it switches to a variable rate. The current variable savings rate is 1.95% APY. In order to qualify for [...]

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American Express Savings & CDs Review

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American Express has recently begun offering savings and CD products, only available online through their website. From what I can tell, they started offering banking products to qualify for bailout money. They used to have a savings account called the “savings accelerator” which was connected to one of their credit cards. This new savings account [...]

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H&R Block Bank Online CDs, Savings & Checking

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Many of you may know H&R block as the tax preparation service. But H&R also has a bank that accepts online deposits, with certificate of deposits, savings accounts, and checking accounts. The best CD rate they are offering is a 1 year CD at 2.00%. Minimum deposit is $250. The rest of their CD rates [...]

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Third Federal S&L Online CD, Savings

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Third Federal Savings & Loan has several high long term CD rates available online. Their current CD rates include: 6 month CD – 1.40% 12 month CD – 1.65% 18 month CD – 1.75% 24 month CD – 2.00% 30 month CD – 2.25% 36 month CD – 2.50% 48 month CD – 3.00% 60 [...]

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GiantBank.com Online CDs, Savings, Checking Rates

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GiantBank is an online only division of Landmark Bank, NA. Because the bank is entirely online, they are able to offer some of the best CD rates, savings accounts, and money market rates. They offer a wide range of products including small business CDs, business money market, and business interest checking accounts. Their small business [...]

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Ally Bank Review

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GMAC Bank recently changed their name to Ally Bank, located at Ally.com. GMAC Bank is a subsidiary of GM, and it appears that this move is an attempt to distance itself from the bad press that GM has been receiving lately. GMACbank.com now points to Ally.com. Ally Bank offers many of the same products as [...]

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