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WebBank 2.50% APY High Yield Savings Account [Nationwide]

Published on May 22nd, 2019 | by Chuck

Offer at a glance Interest Rate: 2.50% APY Minimum Balance: $1,000 Maximum Balance: None stated ($500,000 max initial deposit) Availability: Nationwide Hard/soft pull: Unknown ChexSystems: Unknown Credit card funding: None (ACH funding only) Monthly fees: None Insured: FDIC The Offer Direct link to offer ... Read More


Checking Accounts

[MO] Ozark Bank 5% APY Checking on Balances up to $10,000

Published on April 4th, 2019 | by Chuck

Ozark Bank offers their Show-Me checking with 5.00% APY on balances up to $10,000 when the following requirements are met: At least one ACH direct deposit or payment must post and clear; 12 debit card transactions per statement cycle. Aside from being a tv series, Ozark is also a city in Missouri. I'm unsure whether this account is available nationwide, only in Missouri, or only in Ozark. ... Read More


High-Yield APY Accounts

Investors Bank 2.50% eAccess Money Market with No Minimum [Nationwide]

Published on April 3rd, 2019 | by Chuck

Investors Bank offers their eAccess money market account with an interest rate of 2.50% APY and no minimum balance requirement. This account has no monthly fees. The bank is regional in the NJ/NY, but from the account application it appears that this account can be opened nationwide. That makes them  from the best currently available saving rate anywhere. One limitation of the account is that withdrawals are only available via ACH debits... Read More


High-Yield APY Accounts

[Expired] Grow Financial 2.75% APY Money Market Account, Guaranteed for 1 Year

Published on March 22nd, 2019 | by Chuck

Grow Financial Credit Union is offering a money market account with 2.75% APY interest, guaranteed for a year. 2.75% is far significantly higher than all other available options on a no-strings-attached account. As an example, someone with $100,000 deposit will earn an extra $250 on the account over the course of a year when compared to a 2.50% APY account, and will earn an extra $750 on the account over the course of a year when compared to a 2% APY account. $500 in credit card funding is an added plus... Read More


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