IRA Raise Your Rate CD – 2- and 4-year terms available. You have the option to raise your rate once over the 2-year term and twice over 4-year term if our rate goes up for your term and balance tier.
No. Once you open and fund your CD, you can't add funds again until your CD matures, but you can schedule a transfer up to one year before the maturity date. When your CD matures, you'll have a 10-day grace period -- starting on your maturity date — to transfer funds or make other changes.
To add funds to your CD online: Log in and choose Manage CDs.
To add funds to your CD from the Ally Mobile App: Log in, choose after the Current Balance, select Manage CDs and then choose Make Changes.
If you schedule a transfer prior to maturity, we'll usually initiate that transfer on your maturity date. You can transfer money from another Ally Bank account, Ally Invest account or a verified account you have at another institution.
You don't have to do anything to get the loyalty reward.
It's automatically added when your CD, including IRA CDs, renew. Want to change terms? No problem. Your loyalty reward will be added to any term you choose for your CD, including IRA CD, at renewal. Check back 30 days before your CD matures to see what the reward is at that time.
To change terms or add funds online: Log in, choose Manage CDs. From there, you can make changes or add funds to your balance.
To change terms or add funds from the Ally Mobile App: Log in, choose after the Current Balance, select Manage CDs and then choose Make Changes.
You'll receive the highest rate and annual percentage yield (APY) offered for the balance tier and term of your IRA CD on either the day you open it or the day you fund it.
Our IRA Raise Your Rate CD also gives you the option to raise your rate once over the 2-year term and twice over the 4-year term if our rate goes up for your term and balance tier.
Keep in mind, for IRA CDs, our Ten Day Best Rate Guarantee only applies at renewal, starting on your maturity date. This guarantee doesn't apply to interest rate increases for the IRA Raise Your Rate CD