Putting your money in saving accounts often means low, low yields. But we’ve compared local banks in Connecticut to make sure your balance yields are bigger. Keeping your money in the savings can have fair yields, but if you’re looking for top-paying yields, I would suggest investing into a Certificate of Deposit (see Rates).
  1. Seasons Federal Credit Union offers a saving account that yields 0.25% apy rate with no minimum
  2. Capital One, National Association 1.30% apy rate with a minimum of $1k
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  4. NewAlliance Bank 1.00% apy rate with a minimum of $500
  5. EBSB Direct offers a saving account that yields 0.75% apy rate with a minimum of $5k
  6. Hudson City Savings Bank offers a saving account that yields 0.65% apy rate with no minimum
  7. Waterbury Connecticut Teachers Federal Credit Union offers a saving account that yields 0.60% apy rate with no minimum
  8. Liberty Bank offers a saving account that yields 0.60% apy rate with no minimum
  9. Webster Bank offers a saving account that yields 0.50% apy rate with a minimum of $10k
  10. Salisbury Bank offers a saving account that yields 0.40% apy rate with a minimum of $2,500
  11. First Republic Bank offers a saving account that yields 0.40% apy rate with a minimum of $10k
  12. Savings Institute Bank & Trust offers a saving account that yields 0.38% apy rate with no minimum
  13. Newtown Savings Bank offers a saving account that yields 0.30% apy rate with no minimum
  14. American Eagle Federal Credit Union offers a saving account that yields 0.30% apy rate with no minimum
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