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Melrose check came

March 4th, 2016 at 10:17 pm

My check for the certificate of deposit that matured, finally arrived today. I was getting worried about it. I also received interest of $1060.00 which will be added to the $20 challenge.
The c.d. was for 2.9% interest. I took the c.d. out 5 years ago, hoping I was not making a mistake by typing the money up that long. As it turned out, I have not found a higher interest rate in 5 years.
I need to put it back in a c.d., but would like to go for a shorter term, due to my age. I have been looking around, but the only good rate that I found at Navy Federal credit union has closed. I will just keep looking.

Prev. total $3409.00
today 1060.00
new total $4469.00

5 Responses to “Melrose check came”

  1. jokeabee Says:

    I am glad the check arrived! I hope your lucky dime keeps working its magic!

  2. Ima saver Says:

    Thank you!

  3. PatientSaver Says:

    I have 2 5-yr CDs that are about halfway through the term and like you, i wondered it was i making a mistake or not by tying up the money that long, but so far, the 1.98% and 2.14% rates are the best I've seen. However, I would never recommend State Farm, where I have the CDs. Every single time I go to check my balance, which is something i look at monthly, their website is messed up and i can't access it.

  4. rob62521 Says:

    Happy to hear your check arrived. It is depressing how low cd rates are. I don't know what rate you found at the Navy Federal Credit union, but it pathetic around here. We finally went to our financial advisor who put our money in cds at banks elsewhere because none of our institutions pay anything locally. I am interested in what Patient Saver wrote because we wondered about State Farm...right now they are offering a 15 month CD at 2%.

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