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Framingham Municipal Federal CU CD Rates

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Framingham Municipal Federal Credit Union, of Framingham, Massachusetts, is advertising two Special CD rates that currently have some of the best CD rates available. The Special CD rates are tiered and the highest CD rates are on account balances of $50,000 or more.  The minimum opening balance is $5,000.

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The credit union is also advertising regular share certificates of deposit rates. When you open a regular share certificate of deposit at Framingham Municipal Federal Credit Union you have to choose when you receive your CD interest (dividends) payments. You can either have the interest paid monthly or at maturity.

Framingham Municipal Federal CU Special CD Rates and APY



  • 9 Month CD Rates 1.00% APY 1.01% - Min of $5,000.00

  • 9 Month CD Rates 1.10% APY 1.11% - Min of $10,000.00

  • 9 Month CD Rates 1.25% APY 1.26% - Min of $50,000.00

  • 15 Month CD Rates 1.25% APY 1.26% - Min of $5,000.00

  • 15 Month CD Rates 1.35% APY 1.36% - Min of $10,000.00

  • 15 Month CD Rates 1.45% APY 1.46% - Min of $50,000.00


Framingham Municipal Federal CU Share CD Rates and APY



  • 3 Month CD Rate .50% APY .50% At Maturity

  • 3 Month CD Rate .50% APY  .51%  Monthly Paid

  • 6 Month CD Rate 1.00% APY 1.00% At Maturity

  • 6 Month CD Rate 1.00% APY 1.01% Monthly Paid

  • 12 Month CD Rate 1.25% APY 1.25% At Maturity

  • 12 Month CD Rate 1.25% APY 1.26% Monthly Paid

  • 18 Month CD Rate 1.35% APY 1.35% At Maturity

  • 18 Month CD Rate 1.35% APY 1.36% Monthly Paid

  • 24 Month CD Rate 1.50% APY 1.50% At Maturity

  • 24 Month CD Rate 1.50% APY 1.51% Monthly Paid


For information about joining Framingham Municipal Federal Credit Union and a list of their current CD interest rates visit fmcreditunion.com.
 
Author: Brian McKay
June 9th, 2010