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InstitutionAPY
Pentagon Federal Credit Union1.510%
Alliant Credit Union1.250%
CIT Bank1.210%
Ally Bank1.200%
Apple Federal Credit Union0.800%
North American Savings Bank0.700%
SunTrust Bank0.650%
VIBE Credit Union0.500%


Rates updated: 10/01/2013

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Below is a graph I produced to show average rates from the top 30 banks, nationwide.

Average Retail CD Rates for the Week of June 25, 2012

Link to Interactive Graph

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How Far Do Rates Need to Rise?

You can see there is quite a spread between the short and long-term CDs still. I will probably end up putting these in their own pages or posts. But for now I will feature a few here.

So let’s say you are considering a 1-year or a 3-year. The 1-year is a 0.90% and the 3-year is a 1.25%. If you opt for the 1-year, rates a year from now would need to be a 1.60%, just to make up the difference. In the short-term, a rise like that seems very unlikely.