Affirm

Affirm

High Yield Savings

Affirm

Affirm

High Yield Savings

Reach your goals because your money earns more—13x the national average. You can save any amount. And you’ll never pay a single fee, seriously.

Member Insights

0.20% - 4%

Asset Class Return1Y

#5 Rank

In High Yield Savings30d

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$2.1K

Avg Investment

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Overview

Whether you have your eye on something pricey or want to save for a rainy day, Affirm's mobile savings account is there for you! It only takes a minute to set up and you’ll get a high APY for every penny you add. Reach your goals because your money earns more—Get 0.65% APY which is about 13x the national average. You can save any amount. And you’ll never pay a single fee. Plus, your money is FDIC-insured up to $250,000.

Things to Know

  • You make money on

    Interest

  • Fees

    0%

  • Min Investment

    $1

  • Payout frequency

    Monthly

  • Term of investment

    Zero

  • Target Return

    0.65%

  • Liquidity

    Easy

  • Open to

    All Investors

  • Mobile Application

    iOS, Android

industry

High Yield Saving

0.20% - 4%

1Y Growth

3

Low Risk

Top Perks

  • Super simple! Our app makes opening your account the easiest thing you’ll do today

  • Earn 20x the national average

  • No minimum. No fees.

How you make money

Your interest is calculated each day based on your Savings Account balance. Interest on the Savings Account is credited on the first day of the month for the preceding calendar month. The Affirm Savings Account offers you a variable rate of 1.00% APY and there’s no minimum balance requirement!

How Affirm makes money

No fees are charged to users of their Savings Account. Affirm makes money through the interest that customers pay loans. The company's average APR is 18 percent. Merchants furthermore pay Affirm a percentage fee of the product's sales price in exchange for managing the payment and taking on the risk of default.

Is it safe?

All money in your Affirm Savings Account is insured through the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) for at least $250,000. The FDIC insures both the deposits you make within your high-yield savings account and any interest you earn.

  • Established

    2012

  • Country Available

    Worldwide

  • Assets Managed

    $24B

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