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CD rates in Harrison, Arkansas

By Mitch Strohm · Bankrate.com
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
Posted: 10 am ET

CDs aren't paying much right now. The average one-year CD rate is paying just 0.27 percent. Thankfully, there are still some institutions offering better-than-average returns. Use our research to find the best CD rates in Harrison, AR.

Currently, you'll find the best yields out of online banks and credit unions. Online banks don't have the costs associated with operating a brick-and-mortar institution, so they can return those savings to their customs. Credit unions are member owned, and they tend to offer the best rates to their members. Use our research to find the highest CD rates in Harrison, AR, and in other areas of Arkansas.

CD rates in Harrison, Arkansas

Here are the one-year CD rates in Harrison, AR, as of 10:00 a.m.

Institution APY Min Deposit
Ally 0.99% $0
First Security Bank 0.35% $500

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