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Alliant's Checking and Savings Rate

Alliant Credit Union has lowered their rates again Smiley Sad Checking New Rate: 0.698, Savings New Rate: 0.648. Online savings accounts from banks like Barclays (1.00%) and Discover (0.80%) are really starting to look more attractive now, even Amex's savings account pays 0.90%. Well just thought I'd let the form know Smiley Wink

 

Back to the garden I go

 

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Re: Alliant's Checking and Savings Rate

I like how their rate for a checking account is higher than their savings account rate.
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Re: Alliant's Checking and Savings Rate


jsucool76 wrote:
I like how their rate for a checking account is higher than their savings account rate.

It's not, the savings rate is actually higher than the checking.

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Re: Alliant's Checking and Savings Rate

http://www.alliantcreditunion.org/services/rates/

 

Account TypeDividend PeriodDeclared DateDividend Rate(%) / APY (%)
SavingsMonthly01/17/20130.698 / 0.70
    
High Rate CheckingMonthly01/17/20130.648 / 0.65
    
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Re: Alliant's Checking and Savings Rate

Smiley Sad

Current interest rates are a joke 

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Re: Alliant's Checking and Savings Rate


BearOSO wrote:

Smiley Sad

Current interest rates are a joke 


+1.  Not worth my time to move money around for a couple bucks.  

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Re: Alliant's Checking and Savings Rate

Ah, thanks Kevin

Guess OP just mixed em up by accident.

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