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Home Savings Bank VS Capital One 360

Which bank is better for you?

  • Financial Rates: 5.0 Star Icon
  • Customer Service: 3.0 Star Icon
  • Variety of Terms: 5.0 Star Icon
  • Required Opening Amount: 3.0 Star Icon
CD Account
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  • Good variety of CD terms available
  • Competitive interest rates on CDs
  • CDs renew automatically
  • Early withdrawal fees low


  • High opening required amounts
  • Must schedule CD closure before maturity
  • All banking needs must be done online
  • Does not offer interest rate guarantee
  • Financial Rates: 5.0 Star Icon
  • Customer Service: 5.0 Star Icon
  • Variety of Terms: 5.0 Star Icon
  • Required Opening Amount: 5.0 Star Icon
CD Account
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  • CDs offer competitive interest rates
  • No required amount to open CDs
  • Rate Lock Guarantee
  • Good variety of terms available


  • Cannot deposit money during the term
  • Partial principal withdrawal not allowed
  • Must link CDs to external bank accounts
Home Savings Bank CD Review

Home Savings Bank offers a good variety of CD terms. They offer online only terms for those who do not live by a branch location and in-branch terms for those who do. There are a total of seven different CD terms for each type. The terms range from six-months to 60-months.

The CDs with Home Savings Bank offer competitive interest rates. The rates are much higher than typical bank rates. They are competitive with other online CD rates. Even the short-term CDs offer rates competitive with other short-term online CDs.

Home Savings Bank CDs will automatically renew after the CD reaches maturity. If you wish to keep your money in your Home Savings Bank CD, you do not have to contact customer service. The CD will automatically renew to the same CD term length. The rate will be determined on the day the CD renews.

The early withdrawal fees are low compared to other online CD accounts. For terms from six-months to 15-months, the fee is three months of interest on the withdrawn amount. For terms longer than 15-months, the fee is six-months of interest on the withdrawn amount.

The opening required amounts for Home Savings Bank CDs are high. Each CD term requires $5,000 to open. You can open any of the CD terms online with this set required amount. You must keep $5,000 in the CD to earn interest.

You cannot close your Home Savings Bank CD during the grace period. You must specify you want to close the account before the CD reaches maturity. You can set up to close your CD 30 days prior to the CD maturity date up to the day before maturity. Upon maturity, the money transfers into the initial account the money transferred from. Set up CD closure through online banking.

Home Savings Bank has specific online accounts. All activity for those accounts must be through online banking. Those activities include opening and closing CDs and all inquiries about the accounts. There is a $10 fee per transaction if any of this activity is done in a branch location.

Home Savings Bank does not offer an interest rate guarantee. The interest rate on the day you open the account is the rate you receive for the CD term. If the rates increase shortly after you open the CD, your interest rate will not increase.

Read the full Home Savings Bank review.

Capital One 360 CD Review

The interest rates for Capital One 360 CDs are competitive. Each of the terms offers competitive rates. The rates are competitive with other online CDs. The interest rates are not tiered. There is no required balance to earn competitive rates.

The Capital One 360 CDs do not have a set amount required to open the account. You choose how much you want to invest in the Capital One 360 CDs. The CDs cannot exceed $1,000,000.

Capital One 360 CDs offer a Rate Lock Guarantee. You fund your CD by linking it to an external account, which can be another Capital One account. Capital One 360 gives you 10 days to confirm ownership of the linked account. Because this takes a few days, your CD interest rate will be the highest one offered during those days.

Capital One 360 offers a good variety of CD terms. The CDs range from six months to five-year terms. They offer a total of nine CD terms. Each of the terms is FDIC insured.

The only deposit you can make into your CD is when you initially open the account. You cannot add money to the CD during the term life.

During the CD term, you cannot withdraw partial amounts of the principal. These types of withdrawals are only allowed during the grace period. If you make a withdrawal before the maturity date, you will be charged a fee.

To fund your Capital One 360 CD, you must link the CD to an external bank account. Once you have the CD linked to an external account, you can transfer money into the CD. The linked account can be another Capital One account.

Once your CD matures, you cannot add money to the current CD. If you have more money to add, your current CD will be closed and Capital One 360 will help you open a new CD. That CD will include the money from the previous CD and the money you want to add.

Read the full Capital One 360 review.

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