FDIC's Guide to Insurance Coverage

The Federal Deposit Insurance Company (FDIC) is an independent agency of the United States government and backed by the full faith and credit of the United States government. The FDIC insures you against the loss of your deposits in an FDIC insured bank or savings institution in the event that the insured financial institution fails. Follow this link to learn more about FDIC insurance.

The FDIC limits insurance coverage per deposit account and provides helpful calculators and account title suggestions so that depositors can maximize their insurance coverage per depository institution. The FDIC website lists a helpful guide for savers called, "Certificates of Deposit: Tips for Savers".


Our Top Rates

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2 .250% APY
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About Our Top Rates

The Certificate of Deposit (CD) rate in the caption above represents our best rate and may not be the highest rate in the market place today. This rate may be a callable CD and therefore may be listed separately in our Callable CD inventory. All CDs offered are insured by the FDIC and are subject to applicable FDIC limits. Furthermore, as a condition of issuance, each institution meets FDIC guidelines governing the issuance of brokered deposits. Rates are to be treated as "Subject" offerings due to availability and market conditions. All rates offered are net of any fees.