Flex Rate CD Rates are on the rise

Take advantage of rising rates with a Workers Flex Rate CD. A low minimum deposit will get you into a variable rate CD based on the market.

Flex Rate CD

CD Term
12 Month - Open Now
24 Month - Open Now
36 Month - Open Now

 

 

Rates subject to change at any time without notice unless otherwise noted. Offers may be withdrawn at any time. Subject to membership eligibility. Workers Federal Credit Union membership required; minimum balance to open membership account is $5, unless otherwise noted. Minimum balance to open and earn on a CD is $500 and $1,000 to open and earn on an IRA Certificate. Please refer to your CD account disclosure for more information. Annual Percentage Yield (APY) and rates are effective as of .

APY assumes interest remains on deposit, any withdrawal will reduce earnings. Early withdrawal penalties may apply. Other fees may reduce earnings. See our fee schedule for specifics. For terms less than 12 months simple interest will be paid at maturity. For terms 12 months or more dividends are compounded daily and paid monthly.

Flex Rate CD rate is based on the Federal Reserve Bank’s Federal Funds Target Rate (FFTR). When the Fed Funds rate changes, the credit union will make the new rate effective on your account within or on the second business day after the announcement. The dividend rate is the FFTR and plus/minus percentage (basis points) determined by the term of the account. Refer to the credit union’s official rate sheet for specific dividend rate information. This account will automatically renew at maturity unless we receive written notice from you within the grace period mentioned below. (Note: Upon the automatic renewal of your Flex Rate CD, your account will automatically renew into a regular term account at the same term as your Flex CD; however, if that term is not available in the regular term account, your Flex CD will renew to next longest term offered.) We can prevent renewal if we mail notice to you at least 30 calendar days before maturity. See account terms for additional information.