Interest rates are low on a majority of banking products right now. And they may be there for a while. The Fed is keeping a hold on rates until the unemployment rate drops to 6.5 percent. But if you’re looking for somewhere to stash your cash, a CD isn’t a bad option. And some lenders are offering better-than-average rates. It’s easy to find the best CD rates in Great Falls, MT, by using our survey.
CDs tend to offer higher yields than some other banking products. Just keep in mind that you’re giving up liquidity for a better return. Most institutions have stiff penalties for withdrawing your cash early. Use our research to find CD rates in Great Falls, MT, and in other areas of Montana.
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