CDs and IRAs

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Save for the Future Life You Want to Live!

Save for the future by taking advantage of our multiple Certificate of Deposit (CD) and Individual Retirement Account (IRA) options. If you’re looking to save in the short term or wanting to make sure you’re set up to live comfortably in retirement, a CD or IRA might be the right choice for you.


CDs- Secure, Long-Term Savings.

Invest your money and earn a guaranteed return thanks to a higher interest rate than what is found in most traditional savings accounts. Our CDs feature:

  • Competitive rates
  • Term lengths ranging from 30 days to 4 years
  • Minimum deposit of $500 required
  • Automatic renewal offered
  • FDIC insured

Call or stop in today to open your CD account!


IRAs

The time to start saving for your retirement is now! Our Traditional and Roth IRAs allow you to save for your retirement the way you want with minimal risk. The IRAs we offer include a variety of benefits, including:

  • You set the term lengths for your account
  • No fees to maintain your account
  • No fees for transfers or rollovers at maturity
  • FDIC insured

Please consult with a professional tax advisor to determine whether you are better suited for a Traditional or Roth IRA.

 

Traditional IRA

A Traditional IRA is a special tax-deferred savings account authorized by the IRS. It is a unique and simple way to encourage people to save money for their retirement, and allows you to defer taxes on the earnings of your contributions until you withdraw them. Also, certain contributions are tax deductible in the tax year for which they are made.

 

Roth IRA

Unlike the Traditional IRA, contributions made to a Roth IRA cannot be deducted for income tax purposes. However, growth occurs through investment returns, and subsequent qualified distributions are tax free. If you expect to be in a higher tax bracket when you retire, you may benefit more from a Roth IRA than from a Traditional IRA.

Stop in to learn more or open your Traditional or Roth IRA!

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