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Customers Bank High Yield Savings through Raisin
- 5.32% APY on all balances
- $0 monthly fees
- $1 minimum deposit
UFB Secure Savings
- 5.25% APY
- $0 monthly fees
- Optional ATM card
Wealthfront Cash Account
- Earn 5.00% APY on all your cash
- A cash account lets you pay bills, set up direct deposit and access ATMs
- $0 account fees
- $1 balance to earn interest
BrioDirect High-Yield Savings
- 5.35% APY
- $0 monthly fee
- $5,000 minimum opening deposit
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