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Installment savings accounts and club accounts have defined maturities. Regular deposits are usually required with a preset date to withdraw the funds. They are used for saving for special occasions such as holidays or vacations.

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Wilshire Bank36 Month Rainbow Savings w/ Automatic Transfer from a WSB Deposit Account2 Reviews2.28%$1k-$70.17
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America's Credit Union Performance Saver1.51%-$12k$15.10
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Capital Educators Federal Credit UnionChristmas Club Savings1.00%-$2,500$10.00
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Lake Michigan Credit UnionKids Club Savings35 Reviews1.00%-$1k$10.00
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Garden Savings Federal Credit UnionKids Club Account1.00%--$10.00
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BarclaysDream Account13 Reviews0.95%--$9.50
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Lincoln Park Savings BankHoliday Club0.65%--$6.50
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Monroe Savings Bank, SLAVacation Club0.55%--$5.50
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Pen Air Credit UnionChristmas Club2 Reviews0.50%$25-$5.00
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Parke BankHoliday Club1 Review0.50%--$5.00
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United Teletech Financial Credit UnionKid's Club (Money Mammals) Account0.50%-$2,500$5.00
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Colonial Bank, FSBVacation Club 0.40%--$4.00
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Franklin Federal Savings BankKids Count Club0.40%$1k-$4.00
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USAlliance Credit UnionClub Account0.40%--$0.00
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Beneficial Mutual Savings BankClub Statement Savings 0.35%--$3.50
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NewDominion BankHoliday Saver0.35%--$3.50
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National Bank of Kansas CityChristmas Club Savings Account0.30%--$3.00
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Haddon Savings BankClub0.30%$1k$10k$3.00
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Bogota Savings BankHoliday Club Account0.26%--$2.60
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Crest Savings BankChristmas Club0.25%--$2.50
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The First National Bank of ElmerChristmas Club0.25%--$2.50
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Consumers Credit Union (IL)Christmas Club Savings31 Reviews0.25%--$2.50
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Self-Help Credit UnionClub Accounts3 Reviews0.25%--$2.50
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Manasquan Savings BankClub Savings1 Review0.25%--$2.50
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Northrop Grumman Federal Credit UnionHoliday Club0.25%$100-$2.50
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First Hope BankHoliday Club5 Reviews0.25%--$2.50
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Shore Community BankHoliday Club0.25%--$2.50
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Spencer Savings Bank Holiday Club1 Review0.25%--$2.50
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First Jersey Credit UnionHoliday Club0.25%--$2.50
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Apple Federal Credit UnionHoliday Club 17 Reviews0.25%--$2.50
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Northwest Federal Credit UnionHoliday Club 9 Reviews0.25%--$2.50
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Metuchen Savings BankHoliday Club Account0.25%--$2.50
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GSL Savings BankHoliday Club Account0.25%$50-$2.50
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Connexus Credit UnionHoliday Club Account14 Reviews0.25%--$2.50
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Riegel Credit UnionShare Holiday Club Account0.25%--$2.50
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3rd Fed BankStatement Holiday Club0.25%--$2.50
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Gibraltar BankSummer Goal Club1 Review0.25%--$2.50
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Sun National BankAuto Debit Club Account1 Review0.20%--$2.00
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South Jersey Federal Credit UnionChristmas Club2 Reviews0.20%--$2.00
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Community Financial Services Credit UnionChristmas Club Account0.20%--$2.00
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Installment Savings Accounts

Installment savings accounts have defined maturities and are offered by institutions to help consumers save for specific goals or special occasions. Much like CDs, these accounts are opened for a period of time, usually a year, and incur penalties when withdrawals are made before the end of that period. One example is a Holiday Club Savings account that can be opened at any time of the year and automatically distributes accumulated funds on October 1st of each year, just in time for the shopping season. Other examples include a Kids’ Savings account, a Christmas Club Savings account, and Vacation Savings accounts.

The idea behind an installment savings account is that it helps guarantee a time deposit for the financial institution and provides a discipline mechanism for people trying to save up for a particular event or season. There are many certificate of deposit options that could perhaps fulfill the same purpose, but the main difference between CD and installment savings offerings is fixed interest regardless of time. The interest rates on CDs decrease as the time period gets shorter, while installment savings accounts offer the same interest rate regardless of how long or short the time period is before funds are distributed.

One drawback is that a lot of installment savings accounts have account requirements that must be satisfied in order to earn the fixed interest. Those requirements may include fixed monthly payments, which could be a hassle considering the account will likely not be an essential focus. Check out some of the various installment savings account offerings in the rate table above.