North Carolina, Category CD Rates

CD Rates in North Carolina, Category

North Carolina, certificate of deposit rates: Search and compare North Carolina, bank CD interest rates and credit union CD interest rates. Our CD interest rate tables for North Carolina, include 3 month rates, 6 month rates, 12 month rates, 18 month rates, 24 month rates, 36 month rates, 48 month rates and 60 month rates. You can search for the best CD rates and jumbo CD rates in North Carolina, or by zip you live in. Once you have entered your search criteria a list of the highest North Carolina, CD rates will be displayed. MonitorBankRates also offers a free CD calculator and CD ladder calculator you can use to calculate your certificate of deposit investment return.

North Carolina, Category Bank CD Rates

When comparing bank CD rates in North Carolina, make sure to choose a North Carolina, bank that has deposits insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). Deposits in North Carolina, banks that are insured by the FDIC are guaranteed for up to $250,000 per depositor.

North Carolina, Category Jumbo CD Rates

Jumbo CD rates in North Carolina, Category are usually higher than regular North Carolina, CD rates because the deposit amount is larger. Regular certificates of deposit can be opened with as little as $1 and jumbo certificates of deposit start out at a minimum of $100,000. Some North Carolina, Category banks and North Carolina, Category credit unions offer mini-jumbo certificates of deposit. Opening deposit amounts can be between $25,000 to $50,000 for a mini jumbo certificate.

North Carolina, Category Credit Union CD Rates

When comparing North Carolina, CD rates from credit unions make sure to choose a North Carolina, credit union that has deposits insured by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA). Deposits in North Carolina, credit unions that are insured by the NCUA are guaranteed for up to $250,000 per depositor.


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North Carolina FDIC Insured Banks

There are no FDIC insured banks in North Carolina