Charles Street Community Federal Credit Union Certificate Rates (CD Rates)

Marion, Indiana, based Charles Street Community Federal Credit Union, is offering some of the highest certificate rates (CD rates) on both short term share certificates and long term certificates. In fact Charles Street Community Federal Credit Union's 5 year share certificate rates are probably the best share rates or best CD rates around on 5 year CDs.

 Charles Street Community Federal Credit Union's current 3 month certificate rate is at 0.75 percent with an APY of 0.75 percent. That rate is much higher than the FDIC's current 3 month national average rate of 0.11 percent. The credit union's 3 month rate is also one of the highest CD rates around for a 3 month CD.




Other certificate rates that are higher than most include 1 year rates which are currently at 0.90 percent with an APY of 0.90 percent. This rate is higher than the FDIC's national average of 0.28 percent but you can get better rates. Right now on our rate tables 1 year CIT Bank CD rates are at 1.09 percent with an APY of 1.10 percent. That is one of the highest CD rates at banks available right now.

As with any credit union you have to join to open a certificate account. Of course there are membership requires to join Charles Street Community Federal Credit Union. Membership is open to anyone who lives, works, goes to school or worships in Grant County, Indiana and their immediate family members.

Certificate Rates at Charles Street Community Federal Credit Union


3 Month Rate 0.75% APY 0.75%
6 Month Rate 0.80% APY 0.80%
9 Month Rate 0.85% APY 0.85%
12 Month Rate 0.90% APY 0.90%
18 Month Rate 0.95% APY 0.95%
24 Month Rate 1.00% APY 1.00%
30 Month Rate 1.15% APY 1.16%
36 Month Rate 2.05% APY 2.07%
48 Month Rate 2.40% APY 2.43%
60 Month Rate 2.80% APY 2.84%

You can find a list of current certificate rates by going to the credit union's website here: Current Certificate Rates.

You can search and compare bank CD rates from many different banks by searching our rate tables below:
 
Author: Robert Till
July 23rd, 2012