CIT Is Proud To Announce We’ve Raised The APY On Our 1-Year CD To 2.50%!

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If you fund a CIT Bank 1 year CD with at least $1,000 you’ll get 2.50% APY.

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Ribbis Question

Anyone know if this bank requires and/or has a heter iska?

Naftali Minzer

CIT is a midsize bank owned by a public company.

Recon

Can you add to the account after opening? or just at the account inception?

Dan

Inception only.

Marc

Is this no-penalty like last time or with a penalty (if drawn early)

Dan

The no-penalty account is still at 1.85%.

John

Can i turn the 1.85 account into this ?

Dan

No, you would have to close that one to extract the funds and open this.

Robin

That’s what I did. Call them and they will do it over the phone for you. You also have the option of filling out a form and taking out your interest every month without any penalty you just can’t touch the Principal until the year is up. Let it ride!

Shaul

Be aware, in addition to locking your money up for a year, you’re also taking on Interest rate risk – if the rates on liquid funds (like a money market) continue to crest upwards in the next few years, you are still locked into the 2.50% rate.

Dan

This is a one year CD, so locked in for years doesn’t make sense.

Shaul

I meant to say locked in for 1 year.

Ewkz

I think it’s highly unlikely that within the next 12 months you’ll find a CD which is offering significantly more. If you are the type that likes to engage in daily investing and transfers, then I don’t think any CD or Bond would be for you.

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