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Best high yield savings?

I am looking for the best place to put short term cash. No strings attached like direct deposit ect.

 

Thanks for your help.

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Re: Best high yield savings?

what are you looking for? and about how much money? thos most ive seen is a money market plus for 10k in new money brought in. earns 1%

 

this site advertises 1.05% but needs 25k deposit and cant dip below that or they drop your rate to 0.90

 

https://www.bankoncit.com/product-savings.htm?pk_campaign=GoBanking_HYSA&pk_kwd=Aug_Savings_HYSA_Rel...

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Re: Best high yield savings?

I get .95% on my ally money market. Everything is free, no min balance, no min opening deposit. You can open with 0$

No maintenance fees or anything.
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creditnocash wrote:

what are you looking for? and about how much money? thos most ive seen is a money market plus for 10k in new money brought in. earns 1%

 

this site advertises 1.05% but needs 25k deposit and cant dip below that or they drop your rate to 0.90

 

https://www.bankoncit.com/product-savings.htm?pk_campaign=GoBanking_HYSA&pk_kwd=Aug_Savings_HYSA_Rel...


What bank for 1% on 10k?

 

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     $17k       $8.5K          Closed          $19k      $6.5k        $24.2k        Closed         $5k       Closed     $8.5k        Closed      @2.49%
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jsucool76 wrote:
I get .95% on my ally money market. Everything is free, no min balance, no min opening deposit. You can open with 0$

No maintenance fees or anything.

Thanks, I'll look into it.

 

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Re: Best high yield savings?


jsucool76 wrote:
I get .95% on my ally money market. Everything is free, no min balance, no min opening deposit. You can open with 0$

No maintenance fees or anything.

 

I have an Ally Bank account too, it's where I've stashed my emergency fund. It's great! The ease of setup and the customer service are top notch.


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Re: Best high yield savings?

I have a savings account at Barclay bank. 1% interest Rate

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Dustink wrote:

creditnocash wrote:

what are you looking for? and about how much money? thos most ive seen is a money market plus for 10k in new money brought in. earns 1%

 

this site advertises 1.05% but needs 25k deposit and cant dip below that or they drop your rate to 0.90

 

https://www.bankoncit.com/product-savings.htm?pk_campaign=GoBanking_HYSA&pk_kwd=Aug_Savings_HYSA_Rel...


What bank for 1% on 10k?

 


citizens bank. its a money market plus account. 

 

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citizens bank. its a money market plus account. 

 


ZIP Code is out of our business area - Please try again

 

Bummer

 

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Dustink wrote:


citizens bank. its a money market plus account. 

 


ZIP Code is out of our business area - Please try again

 

Bummer

 


ouch. where are you located? usually if you put down 10k in a mm. its not something light. 

i would google around or just go to a bunch of websites of banks around your area. 

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