Explore 2013's High-Yield Checking Survey
From April 1-5, 2013, Bankrate canvassed banks, thrifts and credit unions across the country, displaying a total of 56 high-yield checking accounts that have a rewards offering.
The 2013 High-Yield Checking Survey table breaks down the interest rates offered on rewards checking accounts as well as the accounts' restrictions, requirements and other variables that are important for consumers to know before opening such an account.
|Advantage Plus FCU||Y*||1.25||12||$15,000|
|Connexus Credit Union||Y||1.35||10||$25,000|
|Connexus Credit Union||Y||1.75||15||$25,000|
|Consumers Credit Union||Y||3.09||12*||$5,000|
|First New England FCU||Y||1.25*||12||$15,000|
|First Tech FCU||Y||1.58||12||$10,000|
|Lake Michigan Credit Union||Y*||3||10||$14,999.99|
|MidWest America FCU||Y||1.66||10||$15,000|
|Pacific Resource Credit Union||Y||1.75||10||$15,000|
|Provident Credit Union||N||1.76||10||$25,000|
*See notes section for more details. Note: E-statements required on all accounts.
Bankrate.com canvassed accounts at banks, thrifts and credit unions from April 1-5, 2013, and has displayed data on 56 high-yield checking accounts offered by 54 institutions.