Bankrate.com’s CD early withdrawal penalty study looked at five of the most common maturities and liquid CDs. This chart gives you an easy way to compare CD offerings by institution, metropolitan area and maturity as of the date of the survey.
In addition, the chart states the minimum deposit required to open an account, the yield to maturity, the institution’s stated penalty for early withdrawal, the reduction in principal if the unpaid interest is less than the penalty, the grace period on automatically renewable CDs and whether the early withdrawal penalties are the same for retirement CDs.
|Penalty for early withdrawal||Grace period on automatically renewable CDs||Early withdrawal penalties same for retirement CDs?|
|Bank of America||$1,000||0.5||180 days interest||7 days||Yes — 180 days interest|
|Charter One Bank||$1,000||0.4||6 months interest||10 days||Yes — 6 months interest|
|Chase Bank||$1,000||0.2||$25 + 3% of withdrawal amount||10 days||Yes — $25 + 3% of withdrawal amount|
|National City Bank||$2,500||0.65||6 months interest||7 days||Yes — 6 months interest|
|Citizens First Savings Bank||$500||1.01||6 months interest||10 days||Yes — 6 months interest|
|Dearborn Federal Savings Bank||$500||1||3 months itnerest||7 days||Yes — 3 months interest|
|First Place Bank||$2,500||1.2||180 days interest||7 days||Yes — 180 days interest|
|Flagstar Bank||$500||1.2||180 days interest||10 days||Yes — 180 days interest|
|Northern Trust Bank||$10,000||0.5||90 days interest||10 days||Yes — 90 days interest|
|Comerica||$1,000||0.5||6 months interest||10 days||Yes — 6 months interest|