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Montana IRA CD Rates 2016

If you have your savings dollars in a bank with low savings rates, then you are losing real money. With the magic of compounding interest, even an interest rate difference under 1% can really add up over time. See our Savings Booster Calculator to see why you should seek out a higher interest rate. The table below has an unbiased list of the savings and money market account rates of FDIC-insured banks that are near your current location (if they aren’t, then change the zip code above). Take a few minutes to explore these options and see how you can boost your savings by more than 6X the national average rate. You may also want to check credit unions near you or online banks by navigating through the tabs above. There is competition for your money. Take advantage of it!

MT - December 5, 2016

BANKS APY Term MIN MILES ?
U.S. Bank National Association 1.50% 59 $1,000 -
The Bank of Baker 0.90% - $1,000 -
U.S. Bank National Association 0.75% 37 $1,000 -
Bank of The Rockies, National Association 0.65% 36 $25,000 -
Bank of The Rockies, National Association 0.60% 36 $25,000 -
Freedom Bank 0.55% - $500 -
Bank of Bozeman 0.55% - $5,000 -
U.S. Bank National Association 0.50% 19 $1,000 -
Merchants Bank 0.50% - $100 -
Bank of The Rockies, National Association 0.50% 36 $1,000 -
Glacier Bank 0.50% - $500 -
Glacier Bank 0.45% - $1,000 -
Bank of The Rockies, National Association 0.45% 36 $1,000 -
Bank of Bozeman 0.45% 24 $5,000 -
Summit National Bank 0.40% - $25 -
Valley Bank of Kalispell 0.40% - $1,000 -
Bank of The Rockies, National Association 0.40% 24 $25,000 -
First Security Bank of Deer Lodge 0.40% - $1,000 -
Ruby Valley National Bank 0.38% - $100 -
Bank of The Rockies, National Association 0.35% 24 $1,000 -
First Interstate Bank 0.35% - $500 -
Opportunity Bank of Montana 0.35% - $50 -
American Bank 0.35% - $500 -
First Madison Valley Bank 0.30% - $500 -
The Yellowstone Bank 0.30% - $500 -
Garfield County Bank 0.30% - $500 -
Three Rivers Bank of Montana 0.27% - $1,000 -
Eagle Bank 0.27% - $100 -
First Interstate Bank 0.25% - $1,000 -
Bank of The Rockies, National Association 0.25% 24 $500 -
First Citizens Bank of Polson, National Association 0.25% - $1,000 -
Beartooth Bank 0.25% - $500 -
Prairie Mountain Bank 0.25% - $500 -
Native American Bank, National Association 0.25% - $1,000 -
Valley Bank of Ronan 0.25% - $1,000 -
Little Horn State Bank 0.25% - $500 -
First Security Bank 0.22% - $1,000 -
First Interstate Bank 0.22% - $1,000 -
First Montana Bank, Inc. 0.21% - $100 -
American Bank Center 0.20% - $500 -
The Bank of Commerce 0.20% - $100 -
Glacier Bank 0.20% - $500 -
First Interstate Bank 0.20% - $1,000 -
Wells Fargo Bank, National Association 0.16% 24 $1 -
Glacier Bank 0.15% - $500 -
U.S. Bank National Association 0.10% - $500 -
Wells Fargo Bank, National Association 0.05% - $1 -


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  • Gary Ronan

    May 03, 2016

    Your not locked in for 5 years. You can take it out any time but you will lose interest for a specified term. My credit union which holds my Roth IRA will dun me 6 months interest but your not making much anyway.

  • Carolyn Hornyak

    January 18, 2016

    I saw in the Phoenix, Arizona an ad for Sun Cities Financial Group advertising a high yield CD special for 4.40%? Is this legitimate?

    Carolyn

  • JOHN

    January 14, 2016

    MORE USELESS INFO. NO LENGHT OF TERM LISTED. ONLY USEFULL INFO IS NAME OF INSTITUTION SO I CAN PHONE THEM.

  • Chotzey

    December 30, 2015

    To lock in @ 5 years may be risky. When watching MSNBC the other day they were saying rates are to be gradually going up. May be a gamble, but everything is.

  • Ray P

    December 30, 2015

    None of the rates shown can be found at any of the banks. The actual bank rates are almost half of what is shown here.

  • Lori Martin

    January 09, 2015

    Jack:

    ??? Looked up rates at PenFed (we're a member) and they show a 5 yr at 1.76%. The last time it was 3.0 and over (3.04) was in Dec. 2013 (for the 5 & 7 year).

  • Jack Mazer

    January 27, 2014

    Penfed offers a 60 month cd at 3 percent.

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