It's not easy to find a money market account in Arizona that's paying a high rate. The Fed is keeping a hold on rates in order to give the economy a bump. But there are still some better-than-average deals out there. Use our research to find a money market account and rates in Tucson, AZ.
MMAs are insured accounts. The FDIC insures them at banks up to $250,000 per depositor. If you're banking at a credit union, the NCUA insures them up to the same amount. Use our research to find a money market account and rates in Tucson, AZ.
Money market account and rates in Tucson, Arizona
Here are the money market account rates in Tucson, AZ, as of 10:00 a.m.
|Bank Institutions||Intro Rate||Intro Months||Rate After Intro||APY||Min Bal Open||Min Bal Avoid Fees||Monthly Fees|
|Wells Fargo Bank||0%||0||0.05%||0.05%||$100||$3,500||$10|
|Bank of America||0%||0||0.03%||0.03%||$25||$2,500||$12|