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Five-year CD rates are on the rise as inflation eats into savings growth.
Banks impose ATM withdrawal limits for security, among other practical purposes.
A three-year CD earns a higher APY compared with traditional savings and money market accounts at a time of persistently high inflation.
Bank of America is a banking giant but offers smaller CD rates compared with other major banks.
Credit unions offer CDs called share certificates. Like CDs, share certificates provide competitive rates over traditional savings accounts.