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Whether you are a long-time saver or new to savings, CapStar has a savings account to fit your needs. Our accounts can help you build up savings to purchase a first home, provide for education or retirement, vacation and Christmas expenditures, or to teach a young child good saving habits. Come by or call one of our experienced professionals and let us find the right savings account to meet your goals.
For customers who normally maintain high savings balances you may want to consider one of CapStar’s Money Market Deposit Accounts (MMDA). Money Market Deposit Accounts have tiered interest rates so the greater your balances are the higher the interest rate earned. MMDA’s are “limited transaction” accounts which allow the customer to make six (6) pre-authorized withdrawals (per reporting period) without a penalty fee while allowing unlimited deposits. Stop by or call one of our convenient branches and let one of our experienced professionals find the right account for you.
A Certificate of Deposit (CD) is a contractual deposit available in various terms up to five (5) years and pays a fixed rate of interest over the term of the certificate. A CD is not a “transactional deposit account” and so deposits to a CD are not allowed after the CD is open and withdrawals (early terminations) are subject to interest penalties. Most customers who invest in CD’s are using money that they will not need during the contract period. Come by or call one of our convenient branches and let one of our experienced professionals talk to you about our CD rates and terms.
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