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(Rates from Banks/Providers headquarted in this city/state) Security Service Federal Credit Union Frost Bank Comerica Bank USAA

Rates by city/state in the US

5 banks with locations in Texas

Bank/Company Branches Nationwide Texas Locations
1 2700
  • Douglas Ave Branch
2 925
  • Webster St, Houston Branch
3 483
  • 1508 W Mockingbird Ln Branch
  • 2120 Central Dr Branch
  • 2315 E Anderson Ln Branch
4 14
  • 900 Grand Plaza Branch
5
  • McDermott Fwy Branch

Discussion in Texas, United States

  • provider - United States - Deposits - Capital One
    Q: I'm wondering is there a minimal amount of money that is needed to purchase a 5 year CD?

    Y'Londa from Dallas, United States
  • provider - United States - Savings - Wells Fargo
    Q: Can I have a savings without a checking? If so what r ur terms & conditions to it. I just need someplace to put some money May or may not consider investing eventually

    Robin from Lake Jackson, United States
  • provider - United States - - Goldman Sachs Bank
    Q: What is the highest you pay on. CD 100,000.00 or more

    HilbuR mason from Katy, United States
  • provider - United States - Deposits - Edward Jones
    Q: What are the IRA CD Rate

    Mary Sue Ferry from Waco, United States
  • provider - Ukraine - Deposits - Prominvestbank
    Q: I will be getting a reletively small amount of cash in a few months, around $2000 USD. I want to put it somewhere where I don't have to invest it for more than a month. What account lines up with all those variables, and has the highest rate?

    Daniel from Lubbock, United States
  • provider - Nicaragua - - Banco De La Produccion
    Q: I want someone to contact me about opening a personal account

    Larry from Conroe, United States
  • provider - - -
    Q: There are 2 types of interest. (a) End of Term - payable ONCE and ONLY at the end of the fixed period say end of 12 months or 18 months or 1 year or 5 years. OR (b) like in a 30 day fixed, it's payable every 30 days. (a) means you don't earn compound interest . meaning interest on interest. Example. 1 year fixed without compound, would be calculated like this: 8% divided by the number of days in that year.. lets say 364. (8 : 364 = ..021976 x R5000 x the number of days your money was actually locked by the bank. Example R5000 x .021976 = R1.09.88 per day + your initial R5K = R5400.. But if it's (b) i.e. compounded you would R5000 x 8% for 30 days = R5000 + R32.96 = R5032.96 after 1st 30 days. If you reinvest the R5032.96 for another 30 days etc you will R33.18 + R5032.96 = R5066.14. In short every 30 days your interest is paid, you can reinvest it and earn interest upon interest. Unless the longer investment offers COMPOUND interest (interest on interest) you will be selling yourself short. Trick to it all... is.. just take interest rate quoted (it's all quoted for yearly) then divide it by 364 days, multiply that amount invested and then by number of days invested. Hope all this makes sense. I personally prefer 30 - 90 day investments as then I have more control and can reinvest at higher options if and when they come up. No bank is going to pay 13% compound on a long term fixed deposit. Annunities are the worst performers and what ever you do, don't believe the fantastic figures of endowments linked to insurance such as offered by Sanlam etc. The agent get his commission first and upfront from your lump-sum invested and the balance is then invested. Even if you monitor the endownment with life insurance coverage, yourself, it only pays out about 1/2 of what you expected and make no mistake .. Sanlan has the answers such as, you were covered under insurance and someone had to pay for that, or 'We have no control of what the market does .. at the time of the investment, that is what interested rates were then. Going rule of thumb, if you can get 15% on your investment and inflation remains at 15%, you will double your money every 5 years, providing you can outsmart the investment brokers (sanlams etc) and the bank. Hope you this all makes sense. Property is the best investment world wide you can make .. unless it's in a war zone or neighborhood that is declining. It just keeps getting more and more expensive with fewer people being able to buy property thus forcing rental up.

    Maria from Allen, United States
  • provider - United States - - Discover Bank
    Q: What is the APY on a c d now for 2 Yrs?

    Margaret from Spring, United States
  • provider - Greece - - Citibank Greece
    Q: What is your short term interest rate for businesses?

    Art from Irving, United States
  • provider - Qatar - - QNB
    Q: I want to know if I open E-saving account with minimum required amount and add on monthly less then minimum required amount, what will be the interest rate? Moreover, i would like to know how many times in a month can I take amount from my save account to current account? And what is the limit of per day transaction?

    Amena from Denton, United States
  • provider - United States - Deposits - Santander
    Q: What is your current rate for CD's: 15 months? 18 months?

    Glenn S.Pannell from Rockwall, United States
    • R: what are your cd rates for 6,12, and 18months for premium plus money marker clients?

      Reply1 richard
  • provider - United States - Deposits - Navy Federal Credit Union
    Q: Is NFCU traded on NYSE?

    Nathaniel Washingt from United States
  • provider - Iceland - Deposits -
    Q: I am a 62yo American getting a lump sum settlement from disability I am looking to invest where I can live off interest some of the interest. I would be willing to become an expat to accomplish this. I doubt any interest disbursements would prove to be a major taxable development under US tax laws. Would they be taxable in Iceland? Thank you for your assist. JLee

    Jaimie Lee from United States
  • provider - South Africa - Deposits - African Bank
    Q: f I buy a CD at 8.00% at todays rate of 13.08 ZAR to the Dollar and at maturity the ZAR is 12.08 what is my rate of return?

    Johnny from Euless, United States
  • provider - Costa Rica - Deposits -
    Q: I'm from Costa Rica but I live in US, can I open checking account or CD?

    anna from Katy, United States
  • provider - United States - Deposits - Fidelity
    Q: What is the minimum amount that can be used to open a 5 year CD?

    Cheryll Poehler from Friendswood, United States
  • provider - United States - - ING Direct USA
    Q: I used to have ING Direct account over 10 years ago. I had something like 300 in it. I have lost touch with the bank when they changed their name. Would that money still be in my name?

    Debra from Houston, United States
  • provider - United States - Deposits - Fidelity
    Q: Can I transfer my Fidelity IRA brokerage account to a Fidelity IRA CD without incurring taxes? I am 69 years old and worry about a market fall. What are the rates for IRA CDs?? Thank you, Ron

    Ronald from Houston, United States
  • provider - Brazil - - Banco Do Brasil
    Q: My wife is from Brazil, and has a savings account in Banco do Brasil. She does not understand very well, the interest on her savings, and conversion of Real to US Dollar. I need actual figures for FinCenn and IRS. How can I get this?

    Larry from Richardson, United States
  • provider - - Deposits -
    Q: where in the USA can I buy Government of Jamaica Global Bonds

    Patricia from Prosper, United States
  • provider - United States - Deposits - Bank Of America
    Q: What are your IRA interest rates currently?

    Pat from Bellaire, United States
  • provider - Ukraine - Deposits - Prominvestbank
    Q: Could you please tell me if I can open a Fixed deposit account as an American citizen in U S $ currency. 2. what kind of interest rate your all offer and 3. how this interest you all pay monthly, quarterly or half 1 yearly basis? 4.And what is the minimum amount you accept for to open an account? 5. What exactly will you need for to open an account? 6. Does this account protected by your government if so what kind of insurance?

    Mirza Baig from Houston, United States
  • provider - United States - Loans - BBVA Compass
    Q: What are your current rates for a 30 yr, fixed rate mortgage of $249,000, w/20% down & a credit score of 800+.

    KARL L BEACH from San Antonio, United States
  • provider - United States - - Citizens Bank
    Q: Interest Rate for a $50,000. CD

    Jeannette Black from Granbury, United States
  • provider - United States - Deposits - Bank Of America
    Q: Are CD's transferable.? Are IRA's transferable.?

    Cathy from China Springs, United States
  • provider - United States - - Vanguard Group
    Q: How hard is it to cash in a tax free bond?

    Donald Glenn bell from New Braunfels, United States
  • provider - United States - Loans - BBVA Compass
    Q: What are your current rates for a 30 yr, fixed rate mortgage of $340,000, w/20% down & a credit score of 800+. closing cost point and hidden expense? zip code 75235

    jp from San Antonio, United States
  • provider - United States - Deposits - CHASE
    Q: To open cd account

    Tsehay Aregay from Fort Worth, United States
  • provider - United States - - Vanguard Group
    Q: What is the average yield earned on vanguard ida account?

    Oscar from San Antonio, United States
  • provider - United States - Savings - Wells Fargo
    Q: I AM INQUIRING ABOUT SAVINGS CD AND MONET MARKET RATES FOR 3 YEARS

    william from San Antonio, United States
  • provider - United States - - Edward Jones
    Q: Intrest Rate On acc.

    Billie from Burleson, United States
  • provider - United States - - Edward Jones
    Q: What is the Rate on your IRA products?

    Billie from Burleson, United States
  • provider - United States - - Regions Bank
    Q: I am looking into changing my mortgage company and want to know how hard of a transition it would be.

    Rawle from Houston, United States
  • provider - United States - Loans - Regions Bank
    Q: With a 699 to 715 credit score what would be the rate for an auto loan on a suv between 2010 and 2014? I have multiple regions accounts.

    Baron from Iola, United States
  • provider - Costa Rica - - Citibank Costa Rica
    Q: Where are your bank locations in Costa Rica? Also we are moving to Costa Rica but will have our pension checks deposited in the U S, will that cause a problem? Will we need to provide documents every time to pay someone in Colonas?

    Jim from United States
  • provider - United States - Savings - Bank Of America
    Q: when a borrower opens a money market account, what terms are they subject to?

    Carlisa from United States
  • provider - Israel - - Israel Discount Bank
    Q: What is the FAX number for Israel Discount Bank's Main Branch in Jerusalem on Ben Yehuda?

    Patricia from Lufkin, United States
  • provider - Australia - - Macquarie Bank
    Q: Where do I take Cheques to deposit them.

    Customer from Houston, United States
  • provider - Belize - Savings -
    Q: I am in Amarillo, TX. Can I open a savings account with your Bank? And, what is the minimum amount needed? Thank you, Dan

    Daniel from Dallas, United States
  • provider - Canada - Credit - Canadian Western Bank
    Q: Interested in your low rate credit card. Do you service Amarillo, Texas in the U.S. or is it strictly for Canada purposes ?

    Daniel from Dallas, United States