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8 Best Banks for Small Business – February 2024

8 Best Banks for Small Business – February 2024

Bank accounts aren’t just for individuals. Businesses need a way to store money, deposit checks, pay bills, and manage their finances, so many banks offer business bank accounts. These accounts come with features specifically designed to meet business banking needs. If you run a small business, it’s especially important that you have a business bank…

Best Money Market Accounts Ranked by APY (February 2024)

Best Money Market Accounts Ranked by APY (February 2024)

Some of the best savings rates come from money market accounts. These accounts act like a combination of checking and savings accounts. We track MMA rates and list the best money market accounts below. Money market accounts pay interest on the amount saved similar to savings accounts. What distinguishes an MMA from a savings account…

Best Savings Accounts Based on APY (February 2024)

Best Savings Accounts Based on APY (February 2024)

Online savings accounts are one of the best places to stash your cash. Also called high yield savings accounts, you earn some of the highest available interest rates for a savings account, and you get the convenience of online account management and easy transfers to and from your existing bank accounts. Recently, a reader e-mailed…

The Best 5-Year CD Rates (February 2024)
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The Best 5-Year CD Rates (February 2024)

Compare 5-year CD rates: We track the highest paying, nationally available 5-year CDs from federally insured banks and credit unions. Below we list the 60-month CDs in our database, ordered from highest APY to lowest. Note that you may be able to find better rates with alternative account types. For example, online savings accounts or no-penalty CDs may offer…

The Best 3-Year CD Rates (February 2024)
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The Best 3-Year CD Rates (February 2024)

A 36-month CD may be ideal for those with short to intermediate-term cash needs. Below we list the best 3-year CD rates in our database, ordered from highest APY to lowest. Note that you may be able to find better rates with alternative account types. For example, online savings accounts or no-penalty CDs may offer higher yields. Editor’s Pick…