2010 High-Yield Checking Study » Study results » Cambridge Savings BankSuperSmart CheckingNationally offeredAPYDefault APYDebit transactions requiredBill repayment requirementDirect deposit requiredBalance capNo4%0.05%15NoYes$25,000(Massachusetts residents only) Requirements: 15 debit card transactions; eStatements; one direct deposit.Select a bank:Addison Avenue FCUAdvantage Plus FCUAmegy BankAmericaNet BankAmerican National BankArizona Bank & TrustAtlantic Coast BankBank of Hiawassee & Bank of BlairsvilleBank of the SierraBank of the WichitasBankTexasBECUCambridge Savings BankCapital BankCattleman's National BankCBDirect BankCity National BankColonial SavingsCommunity Bank of RaymoreCommunity Bank of Pleasant HillCommunity National Bank of Lakeway AreaConnexus Credit UnionConsumers Credit UnionCoulee BankCross Keys BankDanversbankEvantage BankFirst Bank & TrustFirst Clover Leaf BankFirst National Community BankFirst New England FCUFirst Security Bank & TrustFounders BankHanmi BankHeritage BankIntegrity BankJeff Davis BankKANZA BankLee County Bank & Trust NALiberty BankMeredith Village Savings BankMidWest America FCUNevada State BankNorStates BankNorth Country Savings BankOuachita Independent BankPacific Resource Credit UnionPatriot BankPremier Valley BankProvident Credit UnionProvidentNJSouthern Community Bank & TrustState Bank of ToledoSutton BankThe Bank of FayettevilleViewPoint BankWest Texas National BankWorthington Federal Bank<< Back to the 2010 High-Yield Checking Study results pageadvertisementRelated Links:Couple rips bank's checking account rulesAre interest checking accounts worth it?2010 High-Yield Checking StudyRelated Articles:Find high-yield checkingGo for high-yield checking Types of checking accounts
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