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    Reach your savings goals faster and easier than at your everyday bank. $100 minimum opening deposit.

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  • Benefits of the Premier High Yield Savings account

    • No fees to open or maintain account
    • Daily compounding interest to maximize your earning potential 
    • FDIC insured2

  • Nerdwallet's Best Savings Accounts 2017
    Nerdwallet's Best High-Yield Online Savings Accounts 2017
    Bankrate’s Safe & Sound® Five Star Rating Q2 2017
    Bankrate’s Safe & Sound® Rankings

    Your hard-earned money
    deserves a hard-working bank3

  • Why a Premier High Yield Savings account is the right choice for your savings goals

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    Save to buy a home

    Just getting started or getting close to reaching your down-payment goal? Grow your funds with competitive rates—and then access them easily when you find your dream home.

  • Open a Premier High Yield Savings account in 3 simple steps

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    Enter Your Info

    You’ll need to provide your address, phone, email and social security number (or other taxpayer ID).

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    Fund Your Account

    Minimum of $100 to open your account. You can transfer funds with electronic transfer, mail in check, or wire.

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    Now You're Done

    We'll send a confirmation email.

    Save faster and easier than ever before.

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  • Calculate both time and money

    Use this calculator to find out how much interest you can earn with a Premier High Yield Savings account.

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    Reach your goals faster

    Find out why not all savings accounts are equal and how the Premier High Yield Savings account can help you reach your savings goals faster.

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  • Save faster and easier than ever before

    Open an account today.

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    Your money is safe and sound.

    CIT Bank, N.A. is a member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), which means your deposit accounts are insured up to $250,000 per depositor, for each account ownership category.