Given the paltry rates banks are paying on savings accounts, it is no wonder America's savings rate is so low. But Bank of New York has introduced a new product that bolsters the return on money deposited with it by tying those deposits to money market mutual funds.

The product enables savers to reap returns in the five to six percent range as opposed to the two to four percent currently paid on savings accounts.

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