Watching your savings grow is a gratifying feeling, right? One of the easiest ways to grow your savings is to invest in a Veridian CD.
CDs are a low-risk, steady investment that let you save your money for a fixed term, usually a higher interest rate than a standard savings account. With a standard CD, your rate won’t change during its term. And the account is insured by the NCUA, so you can rest assured your money is safe.
When to get a short-term CD
A CD is an appealing and flexible way to save your money. If you don’t want to lock your money up for a long term, we’re happy to offer great rates on some of our short-term CDs.
Right now, you can give your savings a quick boost with a 15-Month CD that earns 5.50% APY*, or a 9-Month CD that earns 0.30% APY* with a minimum balance of $1,000. Or, if you’re willing to wait out a longer term for a higher yield, we have additional rates and terms to fit your needs.
A short-term CD is right for you if:
- You anticipate needing the money in less than a year.
- You want a short-term option to balance out your other investments.
- You want more flexibility in case rates change.
Open a new CD today
If you’re looking for a way to make your money work smarter, consider opening a Veridian CD. Our short-term options can give your savings a quick boost.
Opening an account is easy and can take just a few minutes, so start growing your savings today.
APY is effective as of Sept 25, 2023
*APY = Annual Percentage Yield. Interest on CDs is compounded quarterly. APY is subject to change after account is opened. Interest rate locked when account is opened except for bump-up CDs, which can be converted to a higher rate once during their terms. Penalty may be imposed for early withdrawal, and fees could reduce earnings on account. Other rates and terms available. Withdrawal of earnings could reduce APY. Membership required to open a CD and is subject to qualifications and a minimum $5 share deposit. Federally insured by NCUA.
†Membership required to open a CD and is subject to qualifications and a minimum $5 share deposit. Public funds and financial institutions are not eligible. Federally insured by NCUA.