18 Months to Grow Your Money!
Want to put your money to work for you? Invest in our special 18-month certificate of deposit (CD)! By committing to an 18-month term, you can grow your money with our competitive rates.
$100 - $99,999.99
Hurry this special 18-month CD, and it's rates won't be around forever. Don't miss your chance to save now.
Our rates are valid for IRA CDs, too! Why choose a CD for your IRA? If you find other investments too risky, a CD is a great option for you. Deposits made at Denver Community Credit Union are federally insured up to $250,000. Your funds are also more accessible than other investment options on the market.**
Check out our current Deposit Rates.
*APY is Annual Percentage Yield. $100 minimum deposit is required to earn dividends on Certificates of Deposits and IRA Certificates of Deposits. Offer only valid for 18-month term. Minimum deposit of $100 required. Certificate automatically renews to a 24-month term upon maturity at the rate of the 24-month certificate of deposit at the time of maturity. 18 month CD rates valid for normal CD and IRA CDs. No add-on deposits allowed. Subject to early withdrawal penalties of 180 days’ dividends. Denver Community Credit Union reserves the right to terminate or modify this offer at any time. Rates accurate as of 11/1/2018.
**Consult with a tax advisor for specific IRA rules, and tax benefits. Deposits of $25 or more (including payroll deduction deposits) can be added to the 6-11 month term certificates at any time. Roth Conversion IRAs excluded. Contribution and rollover deposits are allowed at anytime when invested in a IRA CD with any term of 36 months or greater with a minimum transaction amount of $25.
All certificates automatically renewed for another term upon maturity. All certificates subject to early withdrawal penalties: term of 12 months or less = 90 days dividends, terms over 12 months = 180 days dividends. Share accounts at the credit union are variable rate accounts and dividend rates and annual percentage yields listed are subject to change without notice.
Fees may reduce earnings on accounts.