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
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
0.69% 3 Month $1,500.00
UmbrellaBank.com CD Rates
www.umbrellabank.com
866-862-7355
0.61% 3 Month $10,000.00
Popular Direct
www.populardirect.com
800-274-5696
0.60% 3 Month $10,000.00
E-Loan CD Rates
www.eloan.com
866-576-7283
0.60% 3 Month $10,000.00
CalFirst Bank CD Rates
www.calfirst.com
800-735-2465
0.55% 3 Month $5,000.00
Bank of Internet
www.bankofinternet.com
877-541-2634
0.55% 3 Month $1,000.00
Transportation Alliance Bank
www.tabbank.com
800-837-4214
0.50% 3 Month $1,000.00
Goldwater Bank CD Rates
www.goldwaterbank.com
480-281-8200
0.50% 3 Month $5,000.00
First Internet Bank CD Rates
www.firstib.com
888-873-3424
0.50% 3 Month $1,000.00
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