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www.depositaccounts.com/banks/colony-bank/offers

Colony Bank has been offering high yield CDs for awhile. Last month there were advertising a 5.50% 9-month CD. Many Georgia banks are offering very nice CD deals. Refer to this post for other high rate CDs at Georgia banks.

www.bestcashcow.com/articles/credit-union-cd-rates-from-4...

Searching through the best CD rates, we found several credit unions offering CD rates above 4% and up to 7.5% APY. That's incredible in today's rate environment where even 3% APY sounds good. The catch - small minimum balances. The benefit, relatively short terms.

www.streetauthority.com/income-investing/get-secure-yields...

The last time you could get a 7% yield from a CD was in the 1980s. Today, you'd be lucky to find a CD that pays more than 1.5%. Stocks yield a bit more -- the typical dividend payer in the S&P 500 pays a 2% dividend yield.But then there's market risk involved. For people who rely on a steady income stream, it's a lot to have to submit to the whims of the market for a paltry 2%.

www.bankaholic.com/imperial-capital-bank-575-apy-12-month-cd-rate

Imperial Capital Bank is offering 5.75% APY on their 12-month CD accounts. Minimum opening balance of $2,000, No Monthly Maintenance Fee, Penalty for Early Withdrawal. I am thinkinig about laddering a few CD accounts here to lock in the current high interest rates for the future.

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www.mymoneyblog.com/5-apy-12-month-cd-from-washington...

WaMu has rolled out a new 5% APY 12-month CD, which is a very high yield for that term length. Yes, WaMu has had some issues like other banks, but I’ve already explained why I am sticking with them as long as I’m under the FDIC insurance limits. Convenience Factor If you already bank at WaMu, you can fund it easily online with a minimum of ...

www.nerdwallet.com/blog/banking/nerdwallets-best-cd-rates

The best CD rates can generally be found at online banks and credit unions. If you don’t need immediate access to some of your money, high-yield CDs can be a great way to build your savings ...

www.monitorbankrates.com/home/millennium-bank-cd-rates-1...

Millennium Bank CD Rates – 1 Year CD Rates 5.75% to 6.75% There are two caveats, the first is your deposit is NOT FDIC insured since this bank is a foreign financial institution, the second is, to qualify for the Premium CD rate, your deposit can NOT be redeemed prior to maturity.

www.bestcashcow.com/avoid-the-310-3-year-cd-that-td...

If you want to chase yield here, consider online one-year CDs or online two-year CDs. You may find better local rates on one-year or two-year CDs. The only brokered CDs that we have seen recently that are at interesting are Morgan Stanley’s 6 month 2.20% CDs and, for the reasons discussed here, we’d also avoid those.

www.bankrate.com/cd.aspx

Find the best CD rates by comparing national and local rates. A Certificate of Deposit is a type of savings account that has a set interest rate and withdrawal date. Typically, CD interest rates ...