Today's Current 3 Month CD Rates
Find the top 10 best 3 Month CD Rates. The Best 3 Month CD Interest Rates offered nationally. Compare the Highest 3 Month CD Rates from the Best CD Rates being offered by FDIC Insured Banks. The Top 3 Month Bank CD Rates Updated as of November 2, 2015. Review the Highest Bank Rates by APY.
3 Month CD Rates
Bank APY Term Min $ Open
Crestmark Bank CD Rates
www.crestmark.com
855-267-6445
1.35% 3 Month $25,000.00
First Internet Bank CD Rates
www.firstib.com
888-873-3424
1.21% 3 Month $1,000.00
Transportation Alliance Bank
www.tabbank.com
800-837-4214
0.95% 3 Month $1,000.00
Goldwater Bank CD Rates
www.goldwaterbank.com
480-281-8200
0.86% 3 Month $5,000.00
Virtual Bank CD Rates
www.virtualbank.com
877-998-2265
0.82% 3 Month $10,000.00
EH National Bank CD Rates
www.ehnbank.com
888-392-5265
0.81% 3 Month $10,000.00
EverBank CD Rates
www.everbank.com
888-882-3837
0.80% 3 Month $1,500.00
Popular Direct
www.populardirect.com
800-274-5696
0.75% 3 Month $10,000.00
CD Bank
www.cdbank.com
888-201-8185
0.75% 3 Month $1.00
UmbrellaBank.com CD Rates
www.umbrellabank.com
866-862-7355
0.61% 3 Month $10,000.00
Bank rates moved lower for both borrowers and savers for the week ending April 26, 2013 based on the most recent survey of bank rates conducted by SelectCDrates.com.  CD interest rates were down slightly for the week with the majority of the losses in yield coming on the long term maturities. Based on the current survey,
CD rates were little changed going into the Memorial Day weekend.  However, not all news for savers was ho hum with some CD maturities displaying a mild uptick.  In the latest survey of bank CD rates conducted by SelectCDrates.com, the average yield on the top bank CDs available nationwide dipped by a very small fraction,
A Certificate of Deposit, more commonly referred to simply as a CD, is a stable and virtually risk free method of investing or saving money over a set period of time. The CD market offers investors a simple method of generating a profit and because the principle sum you invest is almost always FDIC