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Savings and Checking Account Interest Rate Updates

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A few banks have lowered interest rates offered for savings and checking accounts in the past few days. Here are a few of the new updates.

I have compiled a list of historical savings account interest rates going back to January 2008 yo give readers a picture of each bank’s trends. The information can be copied into a spreadsheet for further analysis if you are so inclined.

Updated November 4, 2011 and originally published June 5, 2009. If you enjoyed this article, subscribe to the RSS feed or receive daily emails. Follow @ConsumerismComm on Twitter and visit our Facebook page for more updates.

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avatar KL

am I missing something?

Smartypig offers 3.05% apy in their FDIC-protected accounts with a low minimum monthly contribution- why is this not listed?

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avatar Luke Landes ♦127,550 (Platinum)

First reason: SmartyPig’s rate hasn’t changed in the past few days. Second reason: I don’t include every bank every time, so you can always look at this page for a full list.

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avatar Wise Finish

Oh for the days of high-interest accounts – these rates are good considering what’s out there, but still so low!

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