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Higher yield than a high-yield savings account*
When you move your savings into a Treasury Account on Public, you will earn the safe, reliable yield of Treasury bills. These short-term securities are issued by the US Treasury and typically pay a higher yield than traditional and high-yield savings accounts.Sign Up
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*Yield is an annualized 26-week T-bill rate (as of 8/24/2023) when held to maturity. Rate is gross of fees and is subject to change. Fee schedule at public.com/disclosures/fee-schedule. T-bills are purchased in increments of $100 par value at a discount; any remaining balance after purchase is held in cash. All investing involves risk of loss. Past performance is not indicative of future results. Risks. US members only.
**As compared to the average of the best high-yield savings accounts, compiled by Bankrate.com as of 7/25/23. Public is not responsible for the accuracy, timeliness, or completeness of information on third-party websites. Open to the Public Investing is not a bank and does not offer savings accounts. You should contact your bank for current and complete information about available account types, including applicable interest rates. Risks.
*** The value of T-bills fluctuate and investors may receive more or less than their original investments if sold prior to maturity. T-bills are subject to price change and availability – yield is subject to change. Past performance is not indicative of future performance. Investments in T-bills involve a variety of risks, including credit risk, interest rate risk, and liquidity risk. As a general rule, the price of a T-bills moves inversely to changes in interest rates. Although T-bills are considered safer than many other financial instruments, you could lose all or a part of your investment. Jiko U.S. Treasuries Risk Disclosures for further details.