Get the most out of your savings with this powerful investment tool and Comerica advisors to help you plan confidently. You get the security of an FDIC-insured savings account with the benefit of competitive interest rates, so the more you save, the more you earn.
Earn more interest compared to a standard savings account, with options to waive monthly maintenance fees1.
Tools to easily manage your money
Direct deposit options and automatic transfers to Comerica checking accounts, plus the ability to write up to six checks per statement cycle2.
Convenient web & mobile banking
View and download statements, check balances, deposit checks and more – anywhere you go – with Comerica Web Banking®.
Access to Comerica advisors
Let our advisors help maximize your savings with a financial plan tailored specifically to your goals.
Features and services to help you reach your goals
all your accounts
Check balances, deposit checks and more – right from your phone
Save more with automatic transfers² from your Comerica checking account
Including fraud detection tools and 24/7 ATM access
1 For more information on other fees and terms and conditions that apply to the MMIA please refer to the Personal Services and Charges Brochure and the Comerica Business and Personal Deposit Account Contract.
2 The number of certain types of withdrawals from MMIA in a statement cycle is limited, see the Comerica Business and Personal Deposit Account Contract for details. MMIA and High Yield MMIA withdrawal fees apply to excessive withdrawals, transfers or debt transactions. These transaction types include: 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.
3 Ledger Balance is the balance in your account that reflects posted transactions, which include deposits, credits, withdrawals and other debits. The average Daily Ledger Balance is calculated by adding the Ledger Balance in the account for each day of the period and dividing that figure by the number of days in the period.
4 For a combined statement, “month” is based on statement cycle date.