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The FDIC covers insured deposits against bank failures. Learn how this protection applies to your checking and savings accounts.
CIT Bank is an online bank offering savings and CD accounts with competitive rates. Learn how a CIT Bank No-Penalty CD works to help decide if you should open an account.
SFGI Direct is the online division of Summit Community Bank. Learn how the SFGI Direct Savings Account works to help decide if you should open an account.
MySavingsDirect is the online banking division of Emigrant Bank. Learn how the MySavings Account works to help decide if you should open an account.
Salem Five Direct is the online branch of a mutual savings bank serving the greater Boston area. Learn how the eOne Savings Account works to help decide if you should open an account.
Capital One offers a variety of banking products, including credit cards, CDs and savings accounts. Learn more about the Capital One 360 Savings Account and its range of features.
You may consider a savings account from Chase if you already have a checking account with the bank and want to keep things simple. On the other hand, this savings account may not be the best fit if you want to earn serious interest.
Wells Fargo is a well-known name in traditional banking, with branches and ATMs across the U.S. Read on to get the full rundown on Wells Fargo's Way2Save account and what it has to offer.
Looking for a bank with convenient locations throughout much of the country? There are relatively few choices, but they cover a lot of ground. MoneyRates.com breaks down the best of these national banks for a variety of needs.