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IRA Certificates

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At NET Credit Union, we realize that working to build a comfortable retirement next egg can be challenging, so we provide the IRA options needed to help you meet your retirement goals. Our IRA Certificates of Deposit offer you a variety of terms and rates to meet your needs. Remember, the earlier you start saving, the better off you’ll be. NET Credit Union makes it easy. IRA Certificates are a great, low risk option to lock in a higher rate on your IRA savings. The longer the term on the CD, the higher the dividends you can earn. IRA Certificates are a good option for members wanting a safer investment with a higher dividend. Don’t let retirement take you by surprise. Start saving today and enjoy competitive dividends with unique tax advantages.

  • You can open an IRA certificate of deposit for as little as $1,000
  • Competitive rates
  • Fixed rates for the term of the certificate
  • Choose from a variety of IRA CD terms ranging from 3 to 60 Months
  • There is a penalty for early withdrawal
  • Certificates are atomically renewed at the end of term
  • Premium rates are offered for CD balances over $50,000.00

Features & Benefits of an IRA CD

  • You can open an IRA certificate of deposit for as little as $1,000
  • Competitive rates
  • Fixed rates for the term of the certificate
  • Choose from a variety of IRA CD terms ranging from 3 to 60 Months
  • There is a penalty for early withdrawal
  • Certificates are atomically renewed at the end of term
  • Premium rates are offered for CD balances over $50,000.00

NET Credit Union has IRA options for every stage of your life!

Questions? Call one of our IRA specialists today at 570-961-5300.

 

All IRA products are considered member deposits.

NET does not provide tax, legal or accounting advice. This website has been prepared for informational purposes only, and is not intended to provide, and should not be relied on for, tax, legal or accounting advice. You should consult your own tax, legal and accounting advisors before engaging in any transaction.

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