New Mexico Best Savings Account Rates

New Mexico Best Savings & MMA Rates

Find the best savings account rates in New Mexico from banks and credit unions. You can get the highest New Mexico savings rates and money market rates in New Mexico by searching our savings/MMA database. Whether you’re looking for regular savings account rates, IRA savings rates, or money market rates you can find the best rates at RatesORama.com. Search for bank CD rates by searching for our best CD rates lists and if your searching for mortgage rates you can search for today's mortgage rates by searching our mortgage rate list in your state.

Best Savings Account Rates and Money Market Account Rates in New Mexico

Savings Rates Updated Mon Aug 19, 2019


Regular Savings Accounts in New Mexico

New Mexico regular savings accounts at banks and credit unions can be opened with as little as a $1 deposit. Some New Mexico banks and New Mexico credit unions have higher opening savings account balances.

Jumbo Savings Accounts in New Mexico

New Mexico jumbo savings accounts pay a higher interest rate than regular New Mexico savings rates. Jumbo savings interest rates in New Mexico are higher because they require a higher minimum deposit to open an account.

Bank Savings Rates & MMA Rates in New Mexico

When you are searching for the best savings rates and money market rates in New Mexico you can start your search at local banks. You can also search for the highest savings yields and MMA yields at national banks. Savings accounts at New Mexico banks are insured the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) for up to $250,000.

New Mexico Credit Union Savings Rates & MMA Rates

When you are searching for the highest credit union interest rates you can start your search at local New Mexico credit unions. Some credit unions in New Mexico allow you to open a share savings account regardless of where you live in the United States so don’t limit your search to local credit unions in New Mexico. Savings accounts at New Mexico credit unions are insured the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) for up to $250,000.



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