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Top 2 Year Rate from an Online Bank - IGObanking Certificate of Deposit (CD) Rates
 

Top 2 Year Rate from an Online Bank – IGObanking Certificate of Deposit (CD) Rates

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iGObanking, the online banking division of Flushing Bank, based in Queens, New York, is offering the best 2 year certificate of deposit rate available on our rate list. The same can't be said for the bank's other certificate of deposit rates.

iGObanking CD rates on 2 year certificates of deposit are currently at 1.39 percent with an APY 1.40 percent. Average 2 year bank CD rates are considerably lower and most banks continue to keep interest rates low. Right now, the current average 2 year CD rate reported by the FDIC is at 0.34 percent.

Chances are you haven't heard of iGObanking - iGOBanking is an online division of Flushing Bank, a  New York State chartered stock commercial bank. Flushing Financial Corporation is the holding company for Flushing Bank. Deposits are insured by FDIC under Flushing Bank's FDIC Cert number 58564.

Most certificate of deposit rates at iGObanking are rather low. Beside having the best 2 year rate, the only other decent rates right now are on the bank's 3 year and 5 year certificates of deposit. The complete list of current CD rates is listed below.
iGObanking Certificate of Deposit Rates

  • 3 Month CD Rate 0.15 APY 0.15%

  • 6 Month CD Rate 0.15 APY 0.15%

  • 8 Month CD Rate 0.15 APY 0.15%

  • 9 month CD Rate 0.15 APY 0.15%

  • 12 Month CD Rate 0.15 APY 0.15%

  • 13 month CD Rate 0.15 APY 0.15%

  • 15 month CD Rate 0.15 APY 0.15%

  • 18 month CD Rate 0.15 APY 0.15%

  • 24 month CD Rate 1.39 APY 1.40%

  • 29 Month CD Rate 0.35 APY 0.35%

  • 36 month CD Rate 1.69 APY 1.70%

  • 48 month CD Rate 0.35 APY 0.35%

  • 60 month CD Rate 2.03 APY 2.05%

  • 7 Year CD Rate 0.35% APY 0.35%

  • 10 Year CD Rate 0.35% APY 0.35%


CD Account Benefits at iGObanking

  • Current best 2 year certificate of deposit rate

  • You can open and manage your CD account online

  • iGOcd accounts automatically renew when the CD account matures

  • Not interested in rolling over your CD account, you can change the term

  • You can addition additional money to the CD account after maturity

  • You can transfer interest earned or the entire CD at maturity to your existing iGO online accounts


Open an iGObanking Certificate of Deposit at the bank's website: iGObanking Certificate of Deposit Account
Author: Brian McKay
January 6th, 2015