Today's Current New Jersey CD Rates
The best New Jersey CD rates currently offered. Compare the best New Jersey CD rates from the highest CD rates currently being offered. Find the highest bank CD rates NJ.
Today's Current New Jersey 6 Month CD Rates. The best New Jersey 6 month CD rates. Compare the best New Jersey 6 month CD rates.
Bank APY Term Min $ Open
Wilshire State Bank
www.wilshirestatebank.com
866-886-2265
0.60% 6 Month $1,000.00
BBCN Bank
www.bbcnbank.com
201-242-7462
0.60% 6 Month $500.00
Woori America Bank
www.wooriamericabank.com
201-363-9300
0.50% 6 Month $1,000.00
NewBank
www.newbankusa.com
201-585-2265
0.50% 6 Month $1,000.00
Indus American Bank
www.indusamericanbank.com
800-746-3441
0.50% 6 Month $2,000.00
Parke Bank
www.parkebank.com
866-727-5325
0.45% 6 Month $500.00
Today's Current New Jersey 1 Year CD Rates. The best New Jersey 1 Year CD rates. Compare the best New Jersey 1 Year CD rates.
Bank APY Term Min $ Open
Wilshire State Bank
www.wilshirestatebank.com
866-886-2266
0.80% 1 Year $1,000.00
Grand Bank
www.grandbk.com
800-234-3459
0.80% 1 Year $500.00
First Choice Bank
www.firstchoice-bank.com
609-989-9000
0.80% 1 Year $1,000.00
BBCN Bank
www.bbcnbank.com
201-242-7462
0.80% 1 Year $500.00
NewBank
www.newbankusa.com
201-585-2265
0.75% 1 Year $1,000.00
Customers Bank
www.customersbank.com
610-933-2000
0.70% 1 Year $500.00
Today's Current New Jersey 2 Year CD Rates. The best New Jersey 2 Year CD rates. Compare the best New Jersey 2 Year CD rates.
Bank APY Term Min $ Open
Hudson City Savings Bank
www.hcsbonline.com
201-967-0950
1.15% 2 Year $500.00
Harvest Community Bank
www.harvestcommunitybank.com
800-422-9052
1.05% 2 Year $500.00
The Berkshire Bank
www.berkbank.com
845-294-6151
1.01% 2 Year $500.00
Grand Bank
www.grandbk.com
800-234-3459
1.01% 2 Year $500.00
Fulton Bank
www.fultonbanknj.com
855-900-3265
1.01% 2 Year $500.00
Columbia Bank
www.columbiabankonline.com
800-522-4167
1.01% 2 Year $500.00
Today's Current New Jersey 5 Year CD Rates. The best New Jersey 5 Year CD rates. Compare the best New Jersey 5 Year CD rates.
Bank APY Term Min $ Open
Harvest Community Bank
www.harvestcommunitybank.com
800-422-9052
1.76% 5 Year $500.00
Haven Savings Bank
www.havenbank.com
201-659-3600
1.75% 5 Year $500.00
Fulton Bank
www.fultonbanknj.com
855-900-3265
1.75% 5 Year $500.00
Columbia Bank
www.columbiabankonline.com
800-522-4167
1.75% 5 Year $500.00
Boiling Springs Savings Bank
www.bssbank.com
800-550-9655
1.75% 5 Year $1,000.00
First Choice Bank
www.firstchoice-bank.com
609-989-9000
1.70% 5 Year $1,000.00
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