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Rates Worth Watching

A look at just some of our current rates. 

Share Certificate rates

Term

Minimum

APY1

180 days

$2500

0.350%

6 months

$500

0.300%

12 months

$500

0.300%

24 months

$500

.500%

36 months

$500

.750%

60 months

$500

1.200%

 

Rates are up!  We are currently offering 1.100% APY1 on a 36 month share certificate  with a minimum deposit of $5,000. For a limited time get 0.800% APY1 on a 24 month share certificate  with a minimum deposit of $5,000. Or choose a 12 month certificate with a $5,000 minimum deposit and receive 0.500% APY1

money Account

This money market account offers access to your funds, yet at the same time gives you a rate near our CDs.  Current APY is .180% with a minimum balance of $5,000, and for balances over $25,000 the APY is .350%.1

Car Loans

Our car loan interest rates are so low, we even charge the same rate on most used cars as we do on the new ones! Our auto loan rates are as low as:

Model Year Maximum Term APR Sample Payment
2012 & Newer 60 months 2.79%3 $17.882
2007 - 2011 48 months 5.24%3 $23.142
2001 - 2006 36 months 8.49%3 $31.572

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Credit Cards

Our Visa credit cards offer low rates and fees.  To find out more contact the credit union.

  

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Share Account Rates

The current rate for our standard share accounts as declared for September 30, 2017 is .10% APY.  These dividends are declared quarterly. 

 

Footnotes

  1. APY means Annual Percentage Yield.  There may be a considerable penalty for early withdrawal of certificates. Rates accurate as of October 4, 2017
  2. Sample payments are based on $1000 financed for the term and Annual Percentage Rate (APR) indicated in the table. Rates accurate as of October 4, 2017.
  3. These interest rates include a % discount for direct payment. Persons who have had credit problems may be charged a higher interest rate. See staff for details. Rates accurate as of October 4, 2017.