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First Federal S&L Money Market Rates and Yields
 

First Federal S&L Money Market Rates and Yields

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First Federal Savings & Loan based in Independence, Kansas, is advertising two money market account rates. First Federal Savings & Loan's money market account interest rates include the bank's First Money Fund accounts rates and their Platinum Money Fund Account rates. The interest rates and both types of accounts are tiered. Of course the best money market rates are on the accounts with the highest balances. The Platinum funds earn the highest rates.

First Federal Savings & Loan’s First Money Fund account balances of under $2,500 earn a rate of 0.10 percent with a yield of 0.10 percent. First Money Fund account balances of $2,500 or more earn an interest rate of 0.20 percent with a yield 0.20 percent.

The bank's Platinum accounts with balances of $10,000 or less earn a rate of 0.30 percent with a yield of 0.30 percent. Platinum account balances of $10,000 to $30,000 earn a rate of 0.40 percent with an APY of 0.40 percent.

Platinum account balances of $30,000 to $40,000 earn a rate of 0.50 percent with yield of 0.50 percent. Account balances of $40,000 to $50,000 earn a rate of 0.60 percent with an yield of 0.60 percent. Account balances of $50,000 or more earn a rate and yield of 0.70 percent.

Search our savings rates and money market rates list at savings.ratesorama.com to find the best interest rates today.

Author: Stacy Everest
March 22nd, 2011