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  Police and Fire Federal Credit Union Certificate

Police and Fire Federal Credit Union Certificate

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Minimum Deposit $1,000
APY 1.4% - 2.35%

Police and Fire Federal Credit Union Certificate Review

Police and Fire Federal Credit Union is a credit union based in Philadelphia, PA. It was founded in 1938 and offers banking services in 1 state across the USA.

Is Police and Fire Federal Credit Union Certificate insured by the FDIC?

Police and Fire Federal Credit Union Certificate is not a member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). This means your deposits are not covered by the FDIC if Police and Fire Federal Credit Union Certificate were to fall into financial difficulties.

What types of CDs does Police and Fire Federal Credit Union offer?

  • IRA
  • Jumbo
  • Traditional

What APY does Police and Fire Federal Credit Union offer on its CDs?

Police and Fire Federal Credit Union Certificate offers an APY starting at 1.4% and ranging up to 2.35% (APY stands for annual percentage yield, rates may change). This is higher than the typical APY for online-only checking accounts, which is around 1% APY.

What types of terms does Police and Fire Federal Credit Union Certificate offer?

Police and Fire Federal Credit Union offers CD terms of the following lengths:
Police and Fire Federal Credit Union Certificate Rates & Terms
Description
APY 1.4% - 2.35%
APY Type Fixed APY
3-Month APY 1.4%
6-Month APY 1.5%
11-Month APY N/A
12-Month APY 1.75%
2-Year APY 2%
3-Year APY 2.15%
4-Year APY 2.25%
5-Year APY 2.35%

What is the minimum deposit to open a CD account with Police and Fire Federal Credit Union?

Police and Fire Federal Credit Union Certificate requires a minimum initial deposit of $1,000 to open an account.

What types of early withdrawal penalties does Police and Fire Federal Credit Union Certificate charge?

Financial institutions don't typically charge many fees on certificate of deposit accounts. However, some do charge a fee if you chooose to withdrawal your money before the CD term ends.

Police and Fire Federal Credit Union does not charge an early withdrawal fee.

Police and Fire Federal Credit Union does not seem to charge any of the fees we track.

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  Available in 1 state
Pennsylvania
Availabile in all of Pennsylvania

Feature Breakdown

Minimum Deposit $1,000
APY 1.4% - 2.35%
3-Month APY 1.4%
6-Month APY 1.5%
12-Month APY 1.75%
2-Year APY 2%
3-Year APY 2.15%
4-Year APY 2.25%
5-Year APY 2.35%
CD Accounts
  • IRA
  • Jumbo
  • Traditional

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