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Jumbo Money Market Accounts

Compare jumbo money market accounts and interest rates from hundreds of banks to help maximize your earnings.

Jumbo money market accounts can be effective for savers who want to earn higher interest rates while maintaining some measure of liquidity. Historically, these accounts required a minimum opening deposit of $100,000 in exchange for their best interest rate -- hence the term “jumbo.” But more recently, some banks have relaxed this requirement, making them more competitive with high yield savings accounts.

Money market accounts typically offer limited check-writing ability or debit-card access to funds, making liquidity a chief advantage over other types of savings accounts and CDs. And while jumbo MMAs are not meant to be used as a checking account, sometimes liquidity is important.

It is critical to do your research before opening a jumbo MMA because interest rates, account features, and fees vary widely from one financial institution to another. Search for the highest interest rate possible -- but also compare minimum opening deposit requirements, whether interest is compounded daily, and fee structure.

MoneyRates.com regularly monitors more than 400 money market account products, featuring some of the best interest rates for easy comparison. Here’s our methodology.

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Jumbo money market accounts vs. Jumbo CDs

One advantage a jumbo money market account has over a jumbo CD is liquidity – your money is available at any time whereas money invested in a jumbo CD has to remain there for the term of the CD (6 months, 1 year, 5 years or longer) in order to avoid early withdrawal penalties. If you do withdraw money from a jumbo account, though, you may be subject to fees if the balance goes below $100,000.

Accessibility to your funds is another reason to choose a jumbo money market account for your deposits. A jumbo account may come with the ability to write checks – although not all banks offer this. As with any financial vehicle, be sure to look at all of the terms and conditions of an account before you deposit your money. 

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Goldman Sachs Bank USA
Member FDIC
Rates as of 7/18/2018
1.80% APY
Member FDIC
Rates as of 7/18/2018
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American Express National Bank
Member FDIC
Rates as of 7/18/2018
1.75% APY
Member FDIC
Rates as of 7/18/2018
Start Saving
Synchrony Bank
Member FDIC
Rates as of 7/18/2018
1.75% APY
Member FDIC
Rates as of 7/18/2018
Start Saving
Capital One
Member FDIC
Rates as of 7/18/2018
1.75% APY
Member FDIC
Rates as of 7/18/2018
Start Saving
Barclays
Member FDIC
Rates as of 7/18/2018
1.75% APY
Member FDIC
Rates as of 7/18/2018
Start Saving
Discover Bank
Member FDIC
Rates as of 7/18/2018
1.75% APY
Member FDIC
Rates as of 7/18/2018
Start Saving
HSBC Bank
Member FDIC
Rates as of 7/18/2018
1.80% APY
Member FDIC
Rates as of 7/18/2018
Start Saving
Live Oak Bank
Member FDIC
Rates as of 7/18/2018
1.80% APY
Member FDIC
Rates as of 7/18/2018
Start Saving
BBVA
Member FDIC
Rates as of 7/18/2018
1.70% APY
Member FDIC
Rates as of 7/18/2018
Start Saving
UFB Direct
Member FDIC
Rates as of 7/18/2018
1.60% APY
Member FDIC
Rates as of 7/18/2018
Start Saving
Heritage Bank
Member FDIC
Rates as of 7/18/2018
1.51% APY
Member FDIC
Rates as of 7/18/2018
Start Saving
Chase Savings℠
Member FDIC
Rates as of 7/18/2018
0.01% APY
Member FDIC
Rates as of 7/18/2018
Start Saving
Ultima Bank
Rates as of 2018-07-11
Salem Five Direct
Rates as of 2018-07-11
iGOBanking
Rates as of 2018-07-17
Min. to earn APY
$25000
All America Bank
Rates as of 2018-07-10
Popular Direct
Rates as of 2018-07-11
Min. to earn APY
$0.01
CIBC
Rates as of 2018-07-10
Min. to earn APY
$0.01
Sallie Mae Bank
Rates as of 2018-07-11
Incredible Bank
Rates as of 2018-07-17
Min. to earn APY
$25000
Radius Bank
Rates as of 2018-07-11
Min. to earn APY
$2500
Popular Direct
Rates as of 2018-07-11
Min. to earn APY
$0.01
CIT Bank
Rates as of 2018-07-10
Min. to earn APY
$100
SFGI Direct
Rates as of 2018-07-11
Min. to earn APY
$1
Dollar Savings Direct
Rates as of 2018-07-16
Eastern Bank
Rates as of 2018-07-16
Min. to earn APY
$10000
Ally Bank
Rates as of 2018-07-10
FNBO Direct
Rates as of 2018-07-16
Min. to earn APY
$0.01
Sallie Mae Bank
Rates as of 2018-07-11
Beal Bank, USA
Rates as of 2018-07-10
Min. to earn APY
$25000
MyBankingDirect
Rates as of 2018-07-17
Min. to earn APY
$25000
ableBanking
Rates as of 2018-07-10
Min. to earn APY
$0.01
Alliant Credit Union
Rates as of 2018-07-10
Colorado Federal Savings Bank
Rates as of 2018-07-10
Min. to earn APY
$100000
Amalgamated Bank
Rates as of 2018-07-11
Banc of California
Rates as of 2018-07-10
Min. to earn APY
$10000
East Boston Savings Bank
Rates as of 2018-07-16
Min. to earn APY
$10000
SmartyPig
Rates as of 2018-07-11
Min. to earn APY
$0.01
SmartyPig
Rates as of 2018-07-11
Min. to earn APY
$10000.01
SmartyPig
Rates as of 2018-07-11
Min. to earn APY
$2500.01
CIT Bank
Rates as of 2018-07-10
Nationwide Bank
Rates as of 2018-07-17
Min. to earn APY
$10000
Nationwide Bank
Rates as of 2018-07-17
Min. to earn APY
$25000
Nationwide Bank
Rates as of 2018-07-17
Min. to earn APY
$50000
Nationwide Bank
Rates as of 2018-07-17
Min. to earn APY
$100000
Ultima Bank
Rates as of 2018-07-11
Min. to earn APY
$1000
BankDirect
Rates as of 2018-07-10
Min. to earn APY
$10000
The Huntington National Bank (Rate in OH)
Rates as of 2018-07-11
Min. to earn APY
$25000
Beal Bank
Rates as of 2018-07-10
Min. to earn APY
$25000
Cadence Bank, N.A.
Rates as of 2018-07-10
MyBankingDirect
Rates as of 2018-07-17
Min. to earn APY
$5000
American Eagle Bank of Chicago
Rates as of 2018-07-10
Min. to earn APY
$50000
First Internet Bank
Rates as of 2018-07-16
Rates / Annual Percentage Yield terms above are current as of the date indicated. These quotes are from banks, credit unions and thrifts, some of which have paid for a link to their website. Bank, thrift and credit unions are member FDIC or NCUA. Contact the bank for the terms and conditions that may apply to you. Rates are subject to change without notice and may not be the same at all branches.
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