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With the Fed holding rates steady (or potentially even cutting them), short-term CDs are the go-to option.
These credit unions pay more than three times the average yield on a 12-month CD.
These CDs are for high rollers, but there’s good news for the rest of us, too.
A top 12-month CD is ideal for someone with a short-range savings goal in mind.
For short-term saving, a nine-month CD may be a better option than a savings account.
These top 48-month CDs pay nearly 2.5 times the national average rate.
There’s more to a top 36-month CD than just the rates. Read the fine print before you buy.
The top 3-month CD rates pay more than seven times the national average.
An 18-month CD may provide the right balance for your needs.