2 Year IRA Rates

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State Department FCU24 Month IRA Certificate (Traditional, Roth)7 Reviews
3.03%
$500-$1,538
Georgia Banking Company2 Year IRA Certificate (Traditional, Roth)7 Reviews
2.95%
$500-$1,497
First Internet Bank24 Month IRA (Traditional, Roth)18 Reviews
2.89%
$1k-$1,466
First National Bank of America24-35 Month IRA CD (Traditional, Roth)20 Reviews
2.85%
$1k-$1,527
Advancial2 Year Junior Jumbo IRA (Traditional, Roth, CESA)8 Reviews
2.82%
$25k$50k$1,430
NASA FCU25 Month IRA Certificate Special - New Money (Traditional, Roth)36 Reviews
2.80%
$10k-$1,484
TIAA Bank2 Year Yield Pledge IRA (Traditional, Roth)17 Reviews
2.80%
$5k-$1,420
Communitywide FCU24 Month IRA (Traditional, Roth)4 Reviews
2.80%
$2k-$1,420
Synchrony Bank24 Month IRA CD (Traditional, Roth)309 Reviews
2.80%
$2k-$1,420
Interior FCU24 Month IRA Certificate (Traditional, Roth, CESA)
2.78%
$500-$1,409
Chartway FCU24-35 Month IRA (Traditional, Roth)28 Reviews
2.75%
$500-$1,472
Capital One24 Month 360 IRA (Traditional, Roth)403 Reviews
2.75%
--$1,394
Home Savings Bank24 Month Internet Only IRA (Traditional, Roth)
2.75%
$5k-$1,394
Bellco Credit Union24 Month IRA (Traditional, Roth, CESA)13 Reviews
2.75%
$500-$1,394
Sun East FCU24 Month IRA (Traditional, Roth)6 Reviews
2.75%
$500-$1,394
Utah First FCU24 Month IRA (Traditional, Roth, CESA)4 Reviews
2.75%
$500-$1,394
Connexus Credit Union24 Month IRA Certificate (Traditional, Roth)38 Reviews
2.75%
$5k-$1,394
Credit Union Of The Rockies24 Month Promotional IRA (Traditional, Roth)
2.75%
$1k-$1,394
Alliant Credit Union24 - 35 Month Jumbo Roth IRA46 Reviews
2.70%
$25k-$1,445
AgFed Credit Union24 Month IRA Certificate (Traditional, Roth, CESA)4 Reviews
2.70%
$1k-$1,368
Quorum FCU24 Month IRA Term Savings (Traditional, Roth)9 Reviews
2.70%
$1k-$1,368
Northrop Grumman FCU2 Year Term IRA (Traditional, Roth, CESA)3 Reviews
2.63%
$2k-$1,332
Mutual of Omaha Bank25 Month IRA Special (Traditional, Roth, SEP)4 Reviews
2.60%
$1k-$1,376
Evansville Teachers FCU2 Year IRA (Traditional, Roth, CESA)3 Reviews
2.60%
$1k-$1,317
KS StateBank2 Year IRA - In Branch Only (Traditional, Roth)4 Reviews
2.60%
$500-$1,317
Service Credit Union2 Year IRA Certificate (Traditional, Roth, CESA)19 Reviews
2.60%
$1k-$1,317
Spectrum Credit Union24 Month IRA (Traditional, Roth, CESA)
2.60%*
$500-$1,317
SunTrust Bank24 Month IRA Special91 Reviews
2.56%
$2k$1m$1,296
Michigan State University FCU2 Year IRA (Traditional, Roth, CESA, SEP)8 Reviews
2.55%
$500-$1,364
United States Senate FCU24-35 Month IRA (Traditional, Roth, SEP)9 Reviews
2.53%*
$20k-$1,353
North American Savings Bank25 Month IRA (Traditional, Roth, CESA)7 Reviews
2.53%
$1k-$1,339
A+ FCU24 Month IRA (Traditional, Roth, SEP)4 Reviews
2.53%
$1k-$1,281
Affinity FCU22 Month IRA Special (Traditional, Roth, CESA)9 Reviews
2.53%*
$500-$1,175
Technology Credit Union24 - 35 Month IRA (Traditional, Roth)9 Reviews
2.50%
$1k-$1,337
2.50%*
$500-$1,266
Bethpage FCU24 Month IRA (Traditional, Roth)8 Reviews
2.50%
$50-$1,266
Xceed Financial FCU24 Month IRA (Traditional, Roth, CESA)16 Reviews
2.50%
$500-$1,266
Greenwood Credit Union24 Month IRA Certificate (Traditional, Roth, CESA, SEP)16 Reviews
2.50%
$1k-$1,266
Ally BankIRA Raise Your Rate 2-Year CD (Traditional, Roth, SEP)689 Reviews
2.50%*
--$1,266

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2-Year IRA CD

The 2-Year IRA CD, or 24-Month IRA, is a tax-advantaged savings account that functions as a time deposit with a specific maturity date and set interest rate. An easy way to understand this product is to picture a big circle titled “IRA” with a little circle titled “CD” inside of it. The CD is the means by which the IRA gains value or interest. When you open an IRA CD, the IRA remains constant and the time deposit (i.e., the certificate of deposit) earns interest that is added to the account, typically on a monthly basis.

The IRA remains constant in the sense that it comes with rules that govern how an investor may use its tax advantages. You can liquidate an IRA CD at any point, but the proceeds will be subject to income tax or penalties when they lose their “IRA” covering. The IRS sets the contribution limits (which typically change every year) and distribution terms (which differ for Traditional and Roth accounts). CESA (Coverdell Education Savings Account) and SEP (Simplified Employee Pension) plans are also IRA options usually offered by banks and credit unions listed on DepositAccounts.

If you liquidate, or close out, a 2-Year IRA CD when the CD matures and decide not to roll the proceeds over to another IRA, you must report the money as taxable income. For banks and credit unions insured by the FDIC or NCUA, respectively, each individual depositor is insured up to $250,000 per institution. This is important to keep in mind if you plan to move the funds in your IRA in and out of CDs to take advantage of prevailing interest rates.




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† The rates for some products vary by region. In these cases we have listed the rates for the region closest to the bank's headquarters.

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