North American Savings Bank Information and Current CD Rates

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North American Savings Bank CD Rates

Product APY Rate Min. Deposit
1 Year CD from North American Savings Bank
North American Savings Bank
1 yr CD 2.740% 2.700% $5,000.00
2 Year CD from North American Savings Bank
North American Savings Bank
2 yr CD 2.940% 2.900% $5,000.00
3 Year CD from North American Savings Bank
North American Savings Bank
3 yr CD 3.050% 3.000% $1,000.00
Rates Updated: 02/28/2019

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Variable Deposit Rate Report for January 14, 2016

A few banks have increased their rates, so average deposit rates are slightly higher this week. Variable deposit rates have been stable so far in 2016 but that will change in the coming months. The biggest force behind any deposit rate increases is the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC). The FOMC meets again in less than 2 weeks to decide on interest rate policy.

The Fed is widely expected to keep the fed funds rate in the current range of 0.25 percent to 0.50 percent. As of today, there is a 90.5 percent chance the Fed won't increase the fed funds rate according to the CME Group's Fed Watch Tool. The next Fed meeting is in March and as of today there is only a 34.5 percent probability the Fed will increase the rate during that meeting.

Deposit rates will move higher in 2016. The question isn't if, but when. Listed below are this week's best savings rates and money market rates.

Savings Rates

  • North American Savings Bank Rate 1.11% Yield 1.12%
  • Synchrony Bank Rate 1.04% Yield 1.05%
  • GE Capital Bank Rate 1.04% Yield 1.05%
  • Barclays Bank Rate 1.00% Yield 1.00%
  • Ally Bank Rate 1.00% Yield 1.00%
  • Rate 1.00% Yield 1.00%
  • My Savings Direct Rate 1.00% Yield 1.00%
  • CIT Bank Rate 0.99% Yield 1.00%
  • Discover Bank Rate 0.95% Yield 0.95%

Money Market Rates

  • EverBank Rate 0.61% Yield 1.11%
  • Dime Rate 1.09% Yield 1.10%
  • Northeast Bank Rate 1.09% Yield 1.10%
  • Rate 1.09% Yield 1.10%
  • ableBanking Rate 1.00% Yield 1.00%
  • Ally Bank Rate 0.85% Yield 0.85%
  • Mutual of Omaha Bank Rate 0.85% Yield 0.85%
  • Synchrony Bank Rate 0.85% Yield 0.85%
  • MyCBB Rate 0.83% Yield 0.83%
  • Discover Bank 0.80% Yield 0.80%
Best Savings Rate from North American Savings Bank (NASB)

North American Savings Bank (NASB) now has the best savings rate available right now in the database of savings rates. NASB is currently offering savings account rates at 1.11 percent with an APY of 1.12 percent. The minimum opening savings account balance at NASB is only $100.

North American Savings Bank offers seven different types of savings accounts. The 1.11 percent rate and 1.12 percent yield is on NASB's eSavings Bank Account.

Some of the benefits of the eSavings Bank savings account include ATM access to over 24,000+ surcharge free ATMs nationwide. This is a particularly good benefit since NASB only has nine brick-and-mortar locations around the Kansas City, MO area. There are no monthly maintenance fees and the account is FDIC insured up to the maximum amount allowed by law.

There is a minimum monthly account balance of $100. If your account falls below this minimum and there is no "initiated monetary activity," you will be charged a fee of $7.50 per cycle. NASB's website doesn't go into details about "initiated monetary activity."

NASB also offers free Financial Education & Management Tools to account holders. You can also download your statements online. Another good feature is NASB's mobile banking app. You can deposit checks just by taking a picture of the check. There is no need to physically deposit the check.

Listed below are NASB's other types of savings accounts and their corresponding rates. You can compare this bank's savings rates with rates from other bank's rates by using our rate tables at Online Savings Rates.

Savings Account Rates at NASB

Account TypeAPY 1Minimum to Open
Performance Savings $5,000
Balance = $5,000 - $24,9990.25%* 
Balance = $25,000 - $49,9990.35%* 
Balance = $50,000 - $74,9990.45%* 
Balance = $75,000 - $124,9990.50%* 
Balance = $125,000 - $199,9990.50%* 
Balance = $200,000 or Greater0.50%* 
Select III Savings $500
Balance = $.01-$4,9990.10%* 
Balance = $5,000-$24,9990.20%* 
Balance = $25,000 - $74,9990.35%* 
Balance = $75,000 or Greater0.45%* 
Statement Savings0.14%$100
Smart Savers Savings0.34%$50
Stepping Stones Savings0.14%$25
Deposit the Difference Savings0.05%$50
eSavings Account1.12%$100



1.12% APY New Top Savings Rate from North American Savings Bank, FSB

We have a new top savings rate in the rate database at 1.11 percent with an APY of 1.12 percent. The current highest savings rate is from North American Savings Bank, FSB. The previous highest savings rate in our database was 2 basis points lower at 1.10% APY.

North American Savings Bank eSavings AccountNorth American Savings Bank has been around in one form or another since 1927 and has several locations in Missouri.

The savings rate is on the North American Savings Bank eSavings Account. The minimum opening deposit is $100. You also have access to your savings at to 24,000+ surcharge-free ATMs nationwide. This feature is a particularly good perk. Many online banks make it hard for you to gain access to your funds or you have to pay ATM withdrawal fees.

The bank has several other savings accounts but none of the rates are as high as the eSavings rate. The second best savings rate is on the bank's Performance Savings Account at 0.50 percent for account balances of $75,000 or more.


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