List of German Savings Accounts

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Which type of Saving account is right for me?[edit]

  • Money market deposit accounts (German: Tagesgeld) are accounts where you add an withdraw money all the time.
    • But: their interest rate keeps changing all the time, too.
  • Fixed-term or fixed deposits (German: Festgeld) have a fixed interest rate – but you cannot get your money for the period that you did set it up for.
    • Benefit: The interest rates are usually higher than on a Tagesgeld.

List of Money Market Accounts (Tagesgeld)[edit]

List of Fixed Deposit Accounts (Festgeld)[edit]

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