1 Year CD Rates

Bank Rate
EverBank 1 Year CD Rate

Rate indicated is for balances up to $1 million.

1.62%
1 year
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Sep 2017
BOI USA 1 Year CD Rate

Rate below is calculated for a period of 360 days.

1.60%
1 year
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Sep 2017
Bank of Baroda 1 Year CD Deposit Rate

The interest rate provided below was based on the CD product for a range between 1 to 3 years with a minimum opening deposit of $250,000 required. 

1.55%
1 year
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Sep 2017
Synchrony Bank 1 Year CD Rates

Interest Rate is for a deposit $100,000+ for a 12 month period.  The related MetLife Bank deposit account has moved to GE Capital Retail Bank and then to Synchrony Bank.

1.50%
1 year
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Sep 2017
Fidelity 1 Year CD Rates

The interest rate yield for this fixed income investment is for a 1 year period. Selected from Fidelity brokered list of CDs on their website.

1.50%
1 year
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Sep 2017
Edward Jones 1 Year CD Rates

The rate is applicable for the 1 year CD product with a minimum $5,000 deposit. The product is bank issued and is FDIC insured.

1.50%
1 year
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Sep 2017
Raymond James Bank 1 Year CD Rates

Minimum opening deposit may apply to rates below.

1.50%
1 year
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Sep 2017
PenFed 1 Year CD Rates

Interest Rate below was based on the Money Market Certificate CD rates product. A minimum opening deposit of $1,000 is required.

1.45%
1 year
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Sep 2017
Barclays US 1 Year CD Rates

No minimum balance with FDIC insurance provided.

1.44%
1 year
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Sep 2017
Alliant Credit Union 1 Year CD Rates

Rates applicable for certificate of deposits greater than USD25,000. The certificate type is share. Dividends compound monthly and at maturity. You may elect to withdraw the dividends earned on the Certificate. Dividend withdrawals may reduce earnings. There are no penalties for dividend withdrawals.

1.40%
1 year
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Sep 2017

What are 1 Year CD rates?

In the United States a one year CD or certificate of deposit is a 1 year (12 month) low risk investment and savings product provided by banks and thrifts for investors or customers. It typically offers a higher rate of interest than a regular savings account with banking institutions providing a variety of maturity range options such as 7 days to 10 years with 1 year maturity products commonly available.

The convention historically for a 1 Year US dollar local currency CD was calculated at 360, however more recently some retail banks offer their CDs at 365 days which is similar to the UK. Like other CD products, when a 1 year CD matures you receive your principal plus interest however if you redeem this product before it matures you may have to pay an "early withdrawal" penalty or forfeit some of the interest it has earned.

Where can you get 1 Year Certificate of Deposit Products?

One year CD products are available through banks, credit unions, thrifts as well as many brokerage firms who offer 'brokered CDs'. The interest options by these firms for these 1 year CDs may include interest payments at maturity, semi-annual or monthly with many offering daily compounding.

A 1 year certificate of deposit is covered under the FDIC with deposit insurance covered up to the applicable limit on a per customer and per institution basis. (More information at the FDIC.gov website).

How are Interest rates for 1 Year CD maturity determined?

Like other CD products, a one year CD interest rate is affected by various variables that a financial institution would use in their financial models determining the rate including the federal funds rate, regulation requirements, competition as well as liquidity and funding requirements. The most important factor is the federal funds rate set by the FOMC through its current and future policy expectations of inflation and forecasted interest rate movements. In particular the yields on a 1 year CD tend to exceed the treasury rate as well other short term federal instruments with the higher rate attributable to that the a CDs earnings are taxable while the Treasury bond interest is exempt from state and local income taxes.

When considering opening up a CD account it always important to consider the the real rate of return on a certificate of deposit after inflation is taken into account.