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Chartway Federal Credit Union Certificate (CD) Rates

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Chartway Federal Credit Union is offering several different types and terms of certificates (CDs). The best rates are on the credit union's web only certificates. In fact, the credit union's 1 year CD rates are currently at the top of our 1 year rate list.

Chartway Federal Credit Union CD rates on 1 year to 17 month certificates are currently at 1.30 percent with an APY of 1.31 percent. The minimum balance to earn this rate and yield is $25,000. If you have less than $25,000 to invest don't open a certificate at Chartway FCU, you can get a higher rate elsewhere.

Chartway FCU has been around since 1959 when seven civilian workers at the Norfolk Naval Air Station started NorVA N.A.S. Federal Credit Union. In 1996 the credit union became Chartway FCU. The credit union is NCUA insured since 1971. The credit union's NCUA charter number is 13242. You can research the credit union on the NCUA's website: Chartway FCU Information.

The credit union is one of the largest credit unions in the United States with more than 212,000 members in eight states and has assets of more than $1.9 billion. The credit union became even larger in recent years by integrating with three credit other credit unions. HeritageWest Credit Union, SouthWest Community Credit Union, and Utah Central Credit Union became part of the credit union in 2010 and 2011.

You can view all of the best CD rates currently available at Chartway FCU below.

  •  6 - 11 Month Certificate Rate 0.90% APY 0.90% (balances $100,000 or more)

  • 12 - 17 Month Certificate Rate  1.30% APY 1.31% (balances $25,000 or more)

  • 18 - 23 Month Certificate Rate 1.15% APY 1.15%  (balances $100,000 or more)

  • 24 - 35 Month Certificate Rate 1.25% APY 1.26% (balances $100,000 or more)

  • 60 -71 Month Certificate Rate 1.90% APY 1.91% (balances $100,000 or more)

There are many other certificate terms available at Chartway but the highest rates are listed above.
Author: Brian McKay
April 7th, 2015