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Georgia Federal Credit Union Current CD Rates

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Georgia Federal Credit Union is still advertising some of the best CD rates currently available in Georgia. Georgia Federal Credit Union's highest CD rate is on their 5 year IRA certificate of deposit. The current 5 year IRA CD rate is 2.80 percent with an annual percentage yield (APY) of 2.84 percent. In addition to IRA CD rates Georgia Federal Credit Union is also advertising regular CD rates.

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Regular certificates of deposit range in terms of 91 days to 60 month. IRA certificates of deposit range in terms of 12 months to 60 months. The minimum opening deposit for all types of certificate of deposit accounts is $1,000.

Georgia Federal Credit Union's 12 month CD rate is at 1.25 percent with an APY of 1.26%. That CD rate is one of the better CD rates currently available. Georgia Federal Credit Union's 12 month CD rate is also higher than the current 12 month national average CD rate of 0.84 percent.

Georgia Federal Credit Union CD Rates and APY

  • 3 Month CD Rates (91 Day) 0.45% APY 0.45%

  • 6 Month CD Rates (182 Day) 0.90% APY 0.90%

  • 1 Year CD Rates 1.25 APY 1.26%

  • 2 Year CD Rates 1.85% APY 1.87%

  • 4 Year CD Rates 2.45% APY 2.48%

  • 5 Year CD Rates 2.75% APY 2.79%


Georgia Federal Credit Union IRA CD Rates and APY

  • 1 Year CD Rate 1.25% APY 1.51%

  • 2 Year CD Rate 1.85% APY 1.87%

  • 4 Year CD Rate 2.45% APY 2.48%

  • 5 Year CD Rate 2.80% APY 2.84%


A list of current CD interest rates and information about joining Georgia Federal Credit Union can be found at gfcuonline.org. To compare CD rates from several credit unions and banks go to MonitorBankRates.com.
 
Author: Brian McKay
July 7th, 2010