Today's Money Market Account Rates
Today's top 10 Money Market Account Rates. The best Money Market Account Rates offered nationally. Compare the best Money Market Account Rates. Find the Best Money Money Market Accounts and Money Market Rates. Bank Money Market Rates Current as of November 2, 2015. Money Market Rates Listed by Bank and Yield.
Money Market Account Rates
Bank APY Term Min $ Open
AmericaNet Bank Money Market
allamericabank.net
888-210-2028
1.25% Mon. Mkt. $1.00
iGO Banking
www.igobanking.com
888-432-5890
1.10% Mon. Mkt. $25,000.00
Dime Direct Money Market
www.dime.com
800-321-3463
1.10% Mon. Mkt. $2,500.00
BBVA ClearChoice Money Market 
www.bbvacompass.com
800-266-7277
1.10% Mon. Mkt. $10,000.00
Sallie Mae Bank Money Market Rates
www.salliemae.com
877-346-2756
1.05% Mon. Mkt. $1.00
Pacific National Bank Money Market
www.pnb.com
877-381-3297
1.00% Mon. Mkt. $1,000.00
ableBanking
www.ablebanking.com
888-426-2253
1.00% Mon. Mkt. $250.00
IncredibleBank Money Market Rates
www.incrediblebank.com
877-261-4750
0.95% Mon. Mkt. $2,500.00
Synchrony Bank Money Market Rates
www.myoptimizerplus.com
866-226-5638
0.85% Mon. Mkt. $10,000.00
Mutual of Omaha Bank Rates
www.mutualofomahaebank.com
866-264-1214
0.85% Mon. Mkt. $5,000.00
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