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Find the best savings strategy for you:

How close are you to reaching your savings goals?

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3 Month CD

2.05 % APY* Disclosure

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Only $10,000 to Open.

 

6 Month CD

2.40 % APY* Disclosure

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Only $10,000 to Open.  

 

12 Month CD

2.58 % APY* Disclosure

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Only $10,000 to Open.

 

18 Month CD

2.70 % APY* Disclosure

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Only $10,000 to Open.

 

24 Month CD

2.75 % APY* Disclosure

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Only $10,000 to Open.

 

36 Month CD

2.90 % APY* Disclosure

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Only $10,000 to Open.

 

48 Month CD

2.95 % APY* Disclosure

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Only $10,000 to Open.

 

60 Month CD

3.00 % APY* Disclosure

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Only $10,000 to Open.

 

Popular Direct Plus Savings

2.36 % APY* Disclosure

Only $5,000 to Open.

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1
Enter your personal information. We’ll need a few details such as your name, address, social security number (or tax ID), driver’s license or state ID.
2
Make your first deposit. You can fund your new Popular Direct account from either an existing Popular Direct account you own or from an account you own at a different US bank.
3
Once your application is approved and completed, you may enroll in mobile and online banking. You will also receive your Welcome Package at your mailing address.

Direct Insight

Get the information You Need to Make Smart Choices with Your Money

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Embracing paperless bank statements can help the environment, however, the practice also has other benefits that simplify your life and help you take control of your finances.

Choosing Between Short-Term vs. Long-Term CDs

Investing in a certificate of deposit (CD) with a short period to maturity can be beneficial if you don’t want to tie up your money for too long, but usually long-term CDs offer higher interest rate.

Why Having Multiple Savings Accounts Can Help You Reach Your Financial Goals

If you want to successfully save money for various financial goals, you may want to consider having multiple savings accounts. Find out why.