Money Market Accounts
Whether you're balancing out your financial endeavors or just trying to grow your hard-earned money, a Money Market account is the right liquid option between a traditional savings account and a certificate of deposit. Talk to a Dime banker to choose the right option for you.
Earn a higher rate of interest.
All Dime Money Market Accounts are based on relationship pricing, which provides additional rate benefits as qualifying levels of activity are achieved during a period.1
Money Market Account.
Safe and secure. FDIC insured.
Low minimum balance.
Free online and mobile banking.3
* APY = Annual Percentage Yield. This offer is limited to one per household and only available to consumer accounts. Funds to open this account cannot be transferred from any existing Dime account. New customers only who are residents in the states of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.
** Period = A Full Calendar Month
1 Dime Money Market Account Relationship Pricing – All Dime Money Market Accounts are based on relationship pricing, which provides additional rate benefits as qualifying levels of activity are achieved during a period. During a period, all Dime Money Market Accounts will be evaluated to determine the level of activity. Based on that evaluation, accounts will be placed in one of the three accounts: Core MMA, Ascend MMA and Premier MMA. Relationship Pricing Terms & Conditions
2 In order to qualify for Dime’s Relationship Rates, you must have a Checking Account and depending on the Money Market account type, perform the qualifying transactions per month. A qualifying transaction consists of Bill Pay/ACH, Zelle Transaction, Check, Debit Card Transaction, Direct Deposits, Mobile/Teller Deposits. ATM withdrawals are not qualifying transactions.
3 Must have Dime Online Banking to use Dime Mobile Banking. Dime Mobile Banking App is available for select mobile devices. Mobile Banking is a free service from Dime. However, your mobile carrier may charge for data and text message usage. Transfer of funds and bill payments from savings and money market accounts are limited to six per monthly statement cycle.