EverBank CD Rates: October 2023

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EverBank CD Rates

If you’re shopping around for a new CD account, choosing one that aligns with your financial situation and offers a generous rate is important—especially if you want to deposit a large sum of money. One option worth considering for a new CD account is EverBank, which rebranded from TIAA Bank in August 2023. This financial institution offers several CD options suitable for different customers, including a CD that offers expanded FDIC insurance protection of up to $10 million.

Here’s a look at EverBank's CD rates and account features, as well as some account options from competitors and tips for choosing the right CD.?

The APYs listed below are up to date as of the date of publication of this article. We review CD rates every two weeks and update the information below accordingly.

Basic CD Overview

?CD Term ?APY ?Minimum Balance
3 months 4.00% $1,000?
6 months? 4.00%? $1,000?
9 months? 5.50%? $1,000?
1 year? 5.00%? $1,000?
1.5 years? 4.60%? $1,000?
2 years? 4.40%? $1,000?
2.5 years? 4.10%? $1,000?
3 years? 4.10%? $1,000?
4 years? 4.05%? $1,000?
5 years? 3.95%? $1,000

CDARS CD Overview

?CD Term ?Funding Limit ?APY Minimum Balance
3 months $10 million 3.45% $10,000
6 months? $10 million? 3.43%? $10,000?
1 year? $10 million? 4.37%? $10,000?
2 years? $1 million? 3.66%? $10,000?
3 years? $0.5 million? 3.22%? $10,000

EverBank CD Rates: Key Features

Basic CD Key Features

APY Range 3.95%–5.50%
Minimum Balance? $1,000?
Term Range? 3 months–5 years?
Early Withdrawal Penalty? From 22 days of interest to 456 days of interest, depending on CD term ?
Grace Period for Penalty-Free Withdrawals? Not disclosed

The EverBank Basic CD is a straightforward option offering generous APYs and a variety of term lengths. It’s a good option if you want relatively high rates, and its range of maturity dates makes it a good choice for CD laddering as well.

CDARS CD Key Features

APY Range? 3.22%-4.37%
?Minimum Balance $10,000?
?Term Range 3 months - 3 years?
?Early Withdrawal Penalty Yes, but details not disclosed?
?Grace Period for Penalty-Free Withdrawals Not disclosed

EverBank also offers a CDARS CD, which provides increased FDIC coverage by distributing balances among several FDIC-insured banks. Generally, specific account categories at individual banks are FDIC-insured up to $250,000. But with this CD, your FDIC insurance increases into the millions. Those with significant savings looking for the added protection of higher FDIC insurance may benefit from this CD.

With EverBank's CDARS CD, your money will be in multiple accounts with multiple banks. While this isn’t necessarily a cause for concern, it’s important to note as you compare CDs.

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How Do You Get a CD With EverBank?

You can open an EverBank CD online. This bank mentions that the online application process takes just five minutes, so it’s fairly simple to open a new CD account.

Are EverBank CDs Worth Investing In?

EverBank offers relatively generous APYs for its CDs, so it could be worth opening a CD account if you can afford to keep your money in it for the full term. Just keep in mind that withdrawing your money early will result in penalties, and take the time to shop around for the highest-yield CDs before making a decision.

How Do You Get the Best CD Rate With EverBank?

EverBank offers different CD rates for different term lengths and account types. To find the best possible home for your money, compare terms and select the option with the highest rate. The best CD for you will be the one that aligns best with your needs (including minimum deposit requirements), so keep this in mind as you compare.

Are EverBank CDs FDIC-Insured?

Yes, EverBank's CDs are FDIC-insured. Its Basic and Bump Rate CDs are insured up to $250,000, while its CDARS CD is insured up to $10 million. Note that the CDARS CD’s balance is distributed across multiple FDIC-insured bank accounts, which is why it has increased FDIC coverage.

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  2. EverBank. "Basic CD."?

  3. EverBank. "Personal Account Terms, Disclosures, and Agreements Booklet," Page 73.

  4. TIAA Bank. "IntraFi CD."

  5. TIAA Bank. "3.5-Year Bump Rate CD."