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An 18-month CD may provide the right balance between low-yield savings accounts and long-term CDs.
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These top 48-month CDs pay more than 2.5 times the national average rate.
There’s more to a top 36-month CD than just the rates. Read the fine print before you buy.
For short-term saving, a nine-month CD may be a better option than a savings account.
View current cd rates based on Bankrate.com’s weekly national survey of large banks and thrifts.
CDs are safe investments, but you can’t always get to your money if you need it.
Interest rates are on the rise, so now may be the right time to invest in a short-term CD.
This CD pays as much as the top 60-month offers — without the long-term commitment.
Locking up your savings for a decade may be a smart move in some limited circumstances.