South Carolina Checking Account Rates

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Institution Contact APY /
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Promo APY /
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Promo Term Special Features Notes
EverBank 0.30% / $ 1 0.30% / $ 1    
Ally Bank 0.25% / $ 1 0.25% / $ 1      
First Citizens Bank 0.25% / $ 1 0.25% / $ 1     Must have direct deposit, make 12 debit card transactions each month, receive e-Statements and enroll in online banking and maintain an active status. If requirements are not met, APY is 0.01%.
Salem Five Direct 0.25% / $ 1 0.25% / $ 1    
ING DIRECT 0.20% / $ 1 0.20% / $ 1    
Giantbank.com 0.15% / $1000 0.15% / $1000    
Nationwide Bank 0.10% / $ 1 0.10% / $ 1    
Citibank 0.05% / $ 1 0.05% / $ 1     Must have at least $100K combined in loans or deposits or $250K+ in mortgage.
Bank of America 0.01% / $ 1 0.01% / $ 1    
Wells Fargo Bank 0.01% / $ 1 0.01% / $ 1    
E*TRADE Bank 0.01% / $ 1 0.01% / $ 1    
First Federal Savings & Loan 0.01% / $ 1 0.01% / $ 1    
PNC Bank 0.01% / $ 1 0.01% / $ 1    
HSBC Advance 0.01% / $ 5 0.01% / $ 5    
Regions Bank 0.01% / $ 1 0.01% / $ 1     Must have a personal checking, money market, or savings account with a balance of $25K or more.


South Carolina Checking Rates

South Carolina Checking Rates: Search and compare South Carolina the best bank checking interest rates and credit union CD interest rates. Our checking rates and checking yields tables for South Carolina contain dozes of checking accounts with some of the highest interest rates available. Whether you're interested in online checking accounts, free checking accounts, reward checking accounts, high yield checking or student checking accounts you can find a list of accounts in South Carolina. You can short by checking account rates and annual percentage yield. Promotional checking accounts and promotional checking rates are also listed when available.

South Carolina Free Checking Accounts

There are many banks and credit unions offering free checking accounts to residents of South Carolina. A free checking account is an account that offers account holders an inexpensive way to bank. South Carolina banks and credit unions offer free checking accounts and free online checking accounts. When comparing free accounts be sure to read the fine print. Some South Carolina banks and credit unions require you to have a certain amount of transactions on a monthly basis to get free checking.

Online Checking Accounts South Carolina

An online checking account is a banking account where most if not all your transactions are done online. Doing your banking online is a great way to save time and engery. You can pay bills online and transfer money into or out of your account. Online checking accounts also give you the ability to get a better rate. Banks and credit unions now have to compete nationally giving consumers better rates and yields. If you live in South Carolina, or any other town you can shop for rates online.

South Carolina Rewards Checking Accounts

A rewards checking account usually gives the account holder a higher interest rate. Though in order to earn the rewards rate you have do to a certain number of transactions per month. Transactions can include direct deposit, debit card transactions or direct online bill payment. You can check local South Carolina banks and South Carolina credit unions or an rewards rate and banks and credit unions across the country.

South Carolina Bank Checking Accounts

Most South Carolina banks and national banks offer a very low rate on a checking account which is why most residents of South Carolina keep a low checking account balance.

South Carolina Credit Union Checking Accounts

South Carolina credit unions and credit unions any where offer a better checking account rate than banks offer. To open a checking account at a credit union you'll also have to join the credit union which requires you to also open a saving account.


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