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Certificate of Deposit (CD)

Our CDs work as hard as you do, with competitive fixed annual percentage yields (APYs) based on the balance and term. With terms from three to 60 months, it’s a great alternative to a traditional savings account, and you’ll earn higher yields while providing protection against fluctuating interest rates.

You’ve got options.

  • "36-MONTH


    Increase your rate as rates go up. This special CD offers three opportunities to bump up your rate for greater control of your money. Lock in a competitive rate now with a low $1,000 minimum deposit. You decide when to increase your rate with one bump opportunity every twelve months throughout the term.
    • Bump up to the then-current rate on a regular 36-month CD once every 12 months during the first term of the CD.
    • This account will automatically renew at maturity into a regular 36 month certificate of deposit. 
    Unused bumps may not be carried over.


    Start saving for your future. Retire without financial worries by saving with our IRA, and enjoy annual tax benefits.*
    • Open as a Money Market or Certificate of Deposit.
    • Start with as little as $1,000.
    • Tax-deductible contributions based on age and income status*.
    • Earn interest tax-deferred until withdrawal*.
    * Consult your tax adviser.

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