Savings have increased dramatically since the recession began, as Americans spent less of their income.
If your neighborhood bank isn’t offering a good rate on your current savings account, look online.
With good news coming on the job front and consumer sentiment not far behind, bank savers can jump on some truly great rates.
Rising consumer confidence may finally boost interest rates and give bank savers something to smile about.
Black clouds hang over the certificate of deposit market.
A no-penalty CD allows you to pull your money out with impunity, but read the fine print.
The Fed’s low interest rate policy has given liquidity to banks, but they have not spent the cash to help American workers.
With savings rates so low, you'll have to find other ways to catch a break on your nest egg.
You can get checking account interest rates as high as 6% if you’re willing to jump through a few hoops.