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Man that's terrible. I suggest ING Direct, or Emigrant Direct. With 30K in there you could also go with Citibank's online savings account. But my feeling is that once you get to over $10K you are better off moving it somewhere other than a savings account (even ING is only at around 3.5 or 4% right now). 2.5%... you could almost do anything safe and get a better return. Why not a mutual fund? Even a conservative one will do a lot better than that.
Consider the penalty for premature withdrawal first........ Having said that.... Most good on line banks are paying much more on regular savings accounts. The rates for CD's are also good. www.gmacBank.com (my favorite) www.HSBCDirect.com www.INGDirect.com All three are major banking institutions. All are FDIC insured. Mutual Funds would also be great if; You don't need the money for 5-10 years. You understand the risk & what you're investing in. NEVER GET INTO A MUTUAL FUND WITH ANYTHING LESS THAN A 5 YEAR TIME HORIZON.
That is a very low interest rate for a CD account with that balance. When does this CD term matures? Shop around for a MUCH HIGHER CD account. That is a CONSERVATIVE way to save your money.
If you live in NJ, pennsylvania or CT, Hudson City Savings Bank has great rates on CDs.
An ING Savings account will pay much higher than that, with full liquidity (ability to get your money out w/o penalties)