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East River Bank1.10%$2k-14 Month Fixed Rate Certificate Special
East River Bank0.62%$10k-Go Anywhere Checking
Accounts mentioned in this post. Rates as of August 29, 2014

Top 14-Month CD Rate and Checking Account Rate at East River Bank in Philly - Local Only


East River Bank

East River Bank used to offer some very competitive CD specials. The only one that's notable now is its 14-month CD special which has a 1.25% APY. Minimum deposit is $2,000. It's listed in the bank's rates page as of 12/18/2012.

The bank continues to offer a competitive rate on its Go Green Checking. It's currently 1.01% APY for balances of $100 and above. When I last reported on this account in January 2011, it had a 1.40% APY. So it has a long history of top rates. According to the bank's comparison chart, this checking account has no monthly service fees.

Last year a reader informed me that the bank accepts new deposits from those in the metropolitan Philadelphia area (which may also include southern New Jersey). The bank has three offices located in Philadelphia. Be sure to call to verify qualifications before planning a long drive.

The bank has an overall health score at of 4 stars (out of 5) with a Texas Ratio of 11.93% (above average) based on September 2012 data. Please refer to our financial overview of East River Bank for more details. The bank has been a FDIC member since 2006 (FDIC Certificate # 58171).

How This CD Rate Compares

The highest 12-month CD rate that's nationally available is currently 1.16% APY at State Bank of India - Chicago. If you don't live in the Chicago area, you'll have to open and manage the accounts at this bank by mail. The highest 12-month CD rate at an internet bank is 1.06% APY at AloStar Bank of Commerce. These rates are accurate as of 12/18/2012.

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