EverBank 1, 2 and 3 Year CD Yields go over 4%

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EverBank has raised the rate on its 12 and 36 month Yield Pledge Certificate of Deposits and now occupies one of the the top spots for 1 year, 2 year and 3 year CDs.

Everbank has come out with aggressive pricing and now leads yields on the BestCashCow rate table for 12 month CDs and 36 month CDs . The Yield Pledge CDs are FDIC insured up to $100,000 per person.

To see how these rates compare to other banks, please visit the 12 month CD Rate Table and the 36 Month CD Rate Table.

You can also read about what others think of EverBank on the BestCashCow EverBank page.

 

 

Ari Socolow
Ari Socolow: Ari Socolow is the Chief Economist and Editor-in-Chief at BestCashCow. He is particularly interested in issues relating to financial literacy and bank transparency. Since co-founding this website in 2005, Ari has been frequently cited in the media as an expert on local and national savings accounts, CD products, mortgage and loan products and credit card rewards products.

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Today's Highest Online CD Rates

Bank Product Term Interest Rate (APY)
Navy Federal Credit Union 1-Year 0.85% APY with $100,000 minimum
Primary Bank 1-Year 0.80% APY with $1,000 minimum
Gateway First Bank 1-Year 0.75% APY with $25,000 minimum
Primary Bank 3-Year 1.00% APY with $1,000 minimum
USAA Federal Savings Bank 3-Year 0.91% APY with $175,000 minimum
Comenity Direct 3-Year 0.85% APY with $1,500 minimum
Primary Bank 5-Year 1.30% APY with $1,000 minimum
Navy Federal Credit Union 5-Year 1.25% APY with $100,000 minimum
USAA Federal Savings Bank 5-Year 1.11% APY with $175,000 minimum

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Comments

  • LarryDavid

    June 21, 2008

    those are good rates...you can also get 5.00% on a 4-year CD (KeyDirect listing on Money-Rates.com)...when do we get 6%?

  • Sam Cass

    June 21, 2008

    I think we get to 6% in about four to five months. Look for increased competition for deposits along with Fed rate increased.

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