Home  |   About IPAIT  |   Contacts  |   Rates
Income Comparison  |   Fixed Rate Investments  |   Forms & Reports  |   Dates & Schedules

 Iowa Public Agency Investment Trust

Access Your IPAIT Account

User Name:
This system is restricted to authorized users only. Individuals attempting unauthorized access are liable for damages including the value of diverted resources and criminal prosecution.

SEC Yield (7-Day Average)

Diversified:      0.035%
5/30/2016 Yield

Diversified:      0.034%

FTA Weekly Rate Sheet

FTA Weekly Rate Sheet


Customer ID Program
IPASonline Features & Enhancements

Market News

Click Here

The Iowa Public Agency Investment Trust (IPAIT), started in 1987, provides one daily liquid portfolio; the Diversified Fund, as well as fixed rate investments through the IPAIT Fixed Term Automated (FTA) Program.

As IPAIT has grown to over 400 participants, our three investment objectives have remained constant:

1. Safety of Principal

2. Liquidity

3. Yield

IPAIT participants utilize the programís many features, including a proprietary, interactive participant accounting system and the ability to pay vendors directly from your IPAIT accounts through Vendor Pay.

Participants can also invest/withdrawal funds on a daily basis without money movement charges from IPAIT, check balances or view transaction history, and create individual sub-accounts that post interest separately.

IPAIT strives to provide first class customer service through experienced administrators and marketing staff that can personally assist you with any IPAIT related inquiry. Please contact us today to learn more about the additional benefits IPAIT has to offer!



Sponsored by:


© 2013 Iowa Public Agency Investment Trust

Past performance does not guarantee future results. The performance data quoted represents past performance and current returns may be lower or higher. An investment in the fund is not insured or guaranteed by the FDIC or any other government agency. Although the Fund seeks to preserve the value of your investment at $1.00 per share, it is possible to lose money by investing in the Fund. Any investment company (i.e. Mutual Fund or Money Market Fund) referred to is not a bank, and investment products offered by it are not backed or guaranteed by any bank, nor are they insured by the FDIC, and they may lose value.