Average August CD Rates for Tucson, AZ
The hardest part about saving money is often just doing it, but doing more than just putting some cash away in a savings account will help you reach your goals even faster. Depositing in a higher earning account like a certificate of deposit will take your savings to the next level, but only if you take the time to find the highest Tucson CD rates first. By knowing what’s presently available in your city, you’ll be able to pinpoint the best offers and make your money work for you.
For example, just knowing what kind of range of interest rates to expect from the financial institutions in your area will give you a better understanding of a “good” rate versus a less competitive one. Below is a look at the highest and lowest interest rates, as well as averages, across a few different CD terms.
Average CD Interest Rates in Tucson, Tucson
Tucson 2-Year CDs
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1-Year CDs in Tucson
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Tucson 6-Month CDs
Banks and credit unions in and around Tucson currently have [accountcount type=”6″] certificates of deposit available for a 6-month term. The lowest rate you’ll find today [accountlist type=”6″ order=”asc” count=”1″ bankname=”off”] APY and the highest is [accountlist type=”6″ order=”desc” count=”1″ bankname=”off”] APY. The average 6-month CD rate in Tucson today is [accountaverage type=”6″] APY.
The above rates are accurate as of August 12, 2011, but are subject to change at any time at the discretion of the individual financial institutions.