Savings Accounts

Meet your savings goals with these flexible solutions

Saving for the future is easy with Comerica. Our savings solutions offer a range of versatile features to help meet your unique savings goals. Whether you’re looking for a basic savings account, or a Money Market Investment Account with check access, we have the options and products that will work for you and your needs.

  Statement Savings Account Money Market Investment Account High Yield Money Market Investment Account
In a nutshell:

A basic savings account

A savings account with the flexibility of check writing

A savings account with higher tiered interest rates and the flexibility of check writing 

Ideal for:

Individuals with basic savings needs​

Individuals looking to maximize their earnings on deposits​ of $2,500 or more

Individuals looking to maximize their earnings on deposits of $15,000 or more

The perks:

Direct deposit

FDIC insured up to the maximum amount allowed by law. For additional information on FDIC insurance, click here

Check writing option: write up to three checks per statement cycle1

 

Direct deposit

 

FDIC insured up to the maximum amount allowed by law. For additional information on FDIC insurance, click here​

Check writing option: write up to three checks per statement cycle1

 

Direct deposit

 

FDIC insured up to the maximum amount allowed by law. For additional information on FDIC insurance, click here

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1 The number of certain types of withdrawals from Money Market Accounts in a statement cycle is limited; see the Comerica Business and Personal Deposit Account Contract for details. Money Market Investment Account (MMIA) and High Yield Money Market Investment Account (HY MMIA) withdrawal fees apply to excessive withdrawals, transfers or debit transactions. These transaction types include: up to three checks written by you which clear the account during the statement cycle; ATM or Check Card purchases, withdrawals and transfers; telephone/IVR transfers; check printing fees; Web Banking transfers and payments; ACH debits and any other electronic withdrawals the account holder authorizes.