If you’re looking for more interest than most savings accounts can provide and you don’t expect to need your savings soon, a certificate of deposit (CD) may be right for you. With these accounts, you lock up your funds for a specified period in exchange for a higher yield. You can access your funds once your account reaches its maturity date, but withdrawals before that point will likely trigger a penalty of several months in interest or more.
CD Rates as of June 15, 2021
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