Not necessarily. If you choose to roll over/renew the time certificate of deposit (CD) for another term at the bank, the bank can continue to pay the interest. Let’s say you haven’t decided in advance. Once the CD matures, you have 10 days to decide whether to renew or withdraw the funds. The bank can continue to pay interest until you decide, but it’s entirely up to the bank. You may want to review your Account Agreement, which explains if interest is paid after maturity. You should have received this Agreement when you opened the account and review the terms and conditions of the account.

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