Connecticut CD Rates
Connecticut CD Rates & CD Yields
CD Rates & CD Yields in Connecticut: Find the best Connecticut CD rates from banks and credit unions. You can get the highest Connecticut CD rates and CD yields by searching our CD rates database in Connecticut. Whether you’re looking for regular CD rates, jumbo CD rates or Individual Retirement Account (IRA) CD rates you can find the best CD rates at RatesORama.com. We have a list of interest rates ranging from 1 month rates to 7 year rates. You can also compare the highest savings account rates by searching our savings rates list and today's mortgage rates by searching our current mortgage rates lists.
Find the Best Connecticut CD Rates & CD Yields
Rates Updated Wed Oct 18, 2017
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Regular CD Rates in Connecticut
Connecticut regular certificate of deposit accounts at banks and credit unions can be opened with as little as $1. Some Connecticut banks and Connecticut credit unions have higher opening balances. When you're comparing regular CD rates pay attention to the minimum opening certificate of deposit account balance since it can affect the rate you receive on the certificate of deposit.
Jumbo CD Rates in Connecticut
Connecticut jumbo CD rates pay a higher interest rate than regular Connecticut CD deposit rates and yields. Jumbo CD rates in Connecticut are higher because they require a higher minimum deposit. While regular CD accounts at some credit unions and banks in Connecticut jumbo CD accounts require a minimum opening deposit of $100,000.
Bank CD Rates in Connecticut
When you are searching for the best rates you can start your search at local Connecticut banks. Most local Connecticut banks these days allow anyone in the U.S. to open a CD account regardless of whether or not you live in Connecticut. You can also search for the highest CD interest rates at national banks. Deposit accounts like CD accounts, savings accounts and money market accounts at Connecticut banks are insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) for up to $250,000.
Credit Union CD Rates in Connecticut
When you are searching for the highest credit union CD interest rates you can start your search at local Connecticut credit unions. Some credit unions in Connecticut allow you to open a certificate of deposit (share certificate) if you live anywhere in the country so don’t limit your search to local credit unions in Connecticut. Deposit accounts like CD accounts, savings accounts and some money market accounts at Connecticut credit unions are insured by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) for up to $250,000.
IRA CD Rates in Connecticut
Individual Retirement Account (IRA) certificates of deposit are a very safe way to invest your retirement savings. The closer you get to retirement the safer your investments should be. Your principal is 100% guaranteed as long as you keep your CD investment under the FDIC and NCUA limit. Most credit unions and banks in Connecticut offer IRA certificates of deposit. You can also find IRA bank CD rates and IRA credit union CD rates that are higher than regular CD rates.
Cities in Connecticut
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New Preston Marble Dale