South Carolina, Category Savings Account November 2018

Savings Rates and Money Market Account Rates in South Carolina, Category

South Carolina, savings account rates: Search and compare the best savings account rates in South Carolina, and the best South Carolina, money market account rates from banks and credit unions. You can search for the highest interest savings rates and MMA rates in the state of South Carolina, or by the zip you live in. Once you have entered your search criteria a list of the top South Carolina, savings accounts rates and money market account rates will be displayed. Most savings account interest rates displayed are for regular savings accounts or for Individual Retirement Account (IRA) savings accounts.

 

South Carolina, Category Savings Accounts

South Carolina, savings account rates are variable rate accounts, which means the savings account interest rates can change at anytime. Unlike a certificate of deposit account which has a fixed CD rate that doesn't change. When opening a $regionName savings account be sure to choose a bank that has deposit accounts insured by either the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation or the National Credit Union Administration. Start your search here for the best savings accounts and money market accounts.

South Carolina, Category Bank Savings Accounts

When opening a South Carolina, bank saving account make sure the bank has their deposit accounts insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). FDIC savings accounts are insured for up to $250,000 per bank, per depositor. When you search for the best savings account rates in South Carolina, and savings account yields on MonitorBankRates.com you can be assured all the banks listed on our South Carolina, savings table are FDIC insured. Find the best savings rates in South Carolina, .

South Carolina, Category Credit Union Savings Accounts

When opening a South Carolina, credit union savings account make sure the South Carolina, credit union has their deposit accounts insured by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA). NCUA savings accounts are insured for up to $250,000 per bank, per depositor. When you search for the best South Carolina, savings account rates and savings account yields on MonitorBankRates.com you can be assured all the credit unions listed on our South Carolina, savings table are NCUA insured. Find South Carolina, high interest savings accounts and the best online savings accounts.


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South Carolina FDIC Insured Banks

There are no FDIC insured banks in South Carolina