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The products that appear in the table above are initially sorted by the highest advertised interest rate for the lowest selected term, and finally by lowest payment frequency. Data in this table is updated on a daily basis.
Data may not be available for some products. This is indicated in the tables by a not showing an interest rate for that product during the relevant term.
Compound interest explained: Interest earned on an initial amount of money invested as well as on the accumulated interest. Interest can be compounded at different frequencies such as monthly, semi-annually, annually, etc. The compound frequency, the number of compounding periods and the interest rate will determine the amount of interest earned. Example: If you invest $10,000 for 5 years, at 3% interest compounded monthly, you would earn $1,616. Then by adding it to the initial investment amount, you would have a total of $11,616 by the end of the 5-year term.