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Retirement planning in Presque Isle, Maine

By Clare Mallen · Bankrate.com
Thursday, December 12, 2013
Posted: 3 pm ET

Cut through the forest of information when you are retirement planning in Presque Isle, ME, by using the guides, calculators and tools available to maximize your retirement needs. Put your capital to optimal use by investing in a money market account. This type of account is for anyone who wants to save money, and it provides a safe and secure resource for your retirement planning.

Check our money market account comparison tools to see annual percentage yields, monthly fees and other data for your retirement planning.

Retirement planning in Presque Isle, Maine

As of 10 a.m. Thursday in Presque Isle, ME, the savings rates are as follows.

Product Bank Institution Intro Rate Intro Months Rate After Intro APY Min. Bal. Open Min. Bal. Avoid Fees Monthly Fees
$10k The Bank of Maine 0% 0 0.10% 0.10% $10,000 $5,000 $10

Use our retirement plan income calculator to see how far away you are from retiring.

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1 Comment
May 01, 2012 at 2:23 am

Don't pay anyone for ascntsaise they just cost you more and it is something that you can handle yourself. You need to contact your creditors and make them aware of what you are trying to do in your plan to be financially worry free. There are so many experts out there go to a library and get a book. Go on line to a financial page and most will give you this advice.