EL SEGUNDO, CA (PRWEB) February 06, 2013
As a leading source of interest rate data, Go Banking Rates is continually on the hunt for top rates on savings accounts. Unfortunately, however, even the best savings account rate today is quite low compared to years ago. The good news is Go Banking Rates finds it's possible earn a guaranteed 10% savings interest rate without exposing money to any risk – the only catch is the account holder must risk their life to earn it.
This 10% savings option is known as the military Savings Deposit Program, and the U.S. Department of Defense only offers it to servicemembers in designated combat zones.
In an investigation into how members of the military can qualify to earn this otherwise unheard of savings account rate, Go Banking Rates finds that there are a number of restrictions and obstacles depositors face that make realizing a full 10% APY difficult.
Even so, the military is the only organization offering a savings account rate that promises better returns than even the average stock market investor can expect. Go Banking Rates managing editor, Casey Bond, comments, "Despite the drawbacks to this savings option, it’s hard to argue against 10% interest — but I certainly wouldn’t risk my life just to get the best savings account rate."
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