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Share Investments

Investing your money can be a great way to see your funds grow and save for the future. Simply by holding a share account at a credit union, your accounts are earning dividends, based on the credit union’s rates. Cedar Point Federal Credit Union has a variety of share investment opportunities, which you can read about below.

 

Money Market Account

What is a Money Market Account?

A Money Market Account is a type of savings account that usually earns a higher dividends than a basic savings account. The minimum deposit and balance for our money market accounts are higher than the minimum balance of a basic savings account.

Withdrawals are limited to six per quarter - with a minimum withdrawal amount of $250.00.

Rates Money Market

IRA  & ESA Share* Account

What is an IRA?

An Individual Retirement Account (IRA) is an excellent tool for retirement savings. Unlike most investments, depending on the type of IRA you choose, contributions may be tax-deductible and will grow either tax-deferred or tax-free. Cedar Point Federal Credit Union offers both traditional IRAs and Roth IRAs. Please contact your favorite member service representative for more information.

What is an ESA?

A Coverdell Education Savings Account (ESA), formerly referred to as an Education IRA, is a great way for parents, grandparents and others to help meet the rising costs of a student's education. Income limitations apply. Consult your tax advisor for more information on how IRAs can affect your taxes.

Get Started With Student Planning 

Rates IRA or ESA

*Rate information is accurate as of May 2018. See our Share Account Rates for details.

Looking for a  more traditional checking or savings account?

Learn More about traditional accounts

Certificate Accounts**

What is a Certificate?

A certificate account is different from a traditional savings account in several ways. Savings accounts allow members to deposit and withdraw funds relatively freely. But with our certificates, members put money in the account for a set period of time, during which they can’t access the funds without paying a penalty.

We offer certificate terms from three months to 60 months. The minimum deposit for a certificate account is $1,000.00. A penalty (maximum of 90 days dividends) will be charged for early withdrawal of certificate accounts. Rates are fixed for the entire term of the certificate account and funds cannot be deposited into existing accounts until maturity.

Rates Certificates Rates IRA Certificates Rates Coverdell Education Savings Account

Rate information for certificates is accurate as of May, 2018. Early withdrawal penalties will apply. Fees could reduce earnings on your account. See Account Agreement and Truth in Savings Account Disclosure for details or contact CPFCU to receive a copy of these disclosures. See the printable pdf for details.

Include Investment Disclaimer

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Please contact us for information on opening an account.

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