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Georgia Credit Union IRA CD Rates 2019

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GA - December 15, 2019

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Credit UnionS APY Months MIN Miles?
Melrose
Restrictions
2.42% - $5,000 -
Partners 1st
Restrictions
2.15% 29 $500 -
Energy One
Restrictions
2.10% 20 $100,000 -
2.10% - $1,000 -
First Technology
Restrictions
2.10% - $500 -
Atlanta Postal
Restrictions
2.05% - $2,000 -
Energy One
Restrictions
2.00% 20 $500 -
First Commerce
Restrictions
2.00% - $1,000 -
Delta Community
Restrictions
1.99% - $1,000 -
Partners 1st
Restrictions
1.90% 16 $500 -
Envision
Restrictions
1.87% - $500 -
Five Star
Restrictions
1.87% - $500 -
Energy One
Restrictions
1.85% 7 $100,000 -
Powerco
Restrictions
1.85% - $500 -
Justice
Restrictions
1.76% - $500 -
Family Savings
Restrictions
1.76% - $500 -
Southeastern
Restrictions
1.76% - $500 -
Energy One
Restrictions
1.75% - $500 -
1.75% - $1,000 -
Unify Financial
Restrictions
1.75% - $1,000 -
Membersfirst
Restrictions
1.75% - $1,000 -
Georgia United
Restrictions
1.75% 7 $1,000 -
Geovista
Restrictions
1.70% - $500 -
1.70% - $200 -
1.70% - $500 -
Mutual Savings
Restrictions
1.66% - $500 -
Wings Financial
Restrictions
1.66% - $500 -
Tennessee Valley
Restrictions
1.65% - $1,000 -
Excel
Restrictions
1.65% - $500 -
Robins Financial
Restrictions
1.65% - $500 -
Pentagon
Restrictions
1.60% - $1,000 -
Altamaha
Restrictions
1.60% - $500 -
Georgia's Own
Restrictions
1.60% - $500 -
1.56% - $500 -
Georgia Heritage
Restrictions
1.55% - $500 -
Geico
Restrictions
1.51% - $1,000 -
1.51% - $500 -
Robins Financial
Restrictions
1.50% 36 $500 -
1.50% - $1,000 -
Kinetic
Restrictions
1.41% - $500 -
1.41% - $1,000 -
Pinnacle
Restrictions
1.35% - $1,000 -
Doco
Restrictions
1.35% - $50 -
1.31% - $1,000 -
Lge Community
Restrictions
1.30% - $1,000 -
1.26% - $1,000 -
Coca-cola
Restrictions
1.26% - $5,000 -
1.26% - $1,000 -
Platinum
Restrictions
1.26% - $1,000 -
1.25% - $1,000 -
Peach State
Restrictions
1.25% - $1,000 -
Georgia United
Restrictions
1.25% - $1,000 -
The Southern
Restrictions
1.25% - $500 -
United 1st
Restrictions
1.21% - $500 -
Family First
Restrictions
1.15% - $1,000 -
1.10% - $500 -
Cgr
Restrictions
1.05% - $500 -
North Georgia
Restrictions
1.01% - $500 -
1.00% - $1,000 -
Core
Restrictions
1.00% - $500 -
0.75% - $500 -
0.55% - $500 -
Cdc
Restrictions
0.50% - $1,000 -
Srp
Restrictions
0.40% - $500 -
0.30% - $1,000 -
0.30% - $500 -
Savannah Schools
Restrictions
0.25% - $1,000 -
Partners 1st
Restrictions
0.20% - $500 -
Emory Alliance
Restrictions
0.15% - $500 -
All rates listed are Annual Percentage Yield (APY). The APY rate in a savings account or money market account is a variable rate that is subject to change at any point. The Min listed is the minimum deposit account balance required to obtain the rate listed.


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PRODUCT INFORMATION


Fixed Rate IRA CDs

Fixed Rate IRA CDs are CDs that are held within an Individual Retirement Account (IRA) or a Roth Retirement Account. In an IRA, the funds are deposited pre-tax and allowed to accumulate tax free. When the individual retires, they are withdrawn and all earnings are taxed at the prevailing tax rate. Because individuals generally have lower incomes upon retirement, the tax rate is lower than what it would have been during their working years.

With a Roth IRA, post-tax funds are deposited into the account and the money is allowed to accumulate and be withdrawn tax free.

If the funds are withdrawn before retirement age 59 1/2, the individual will be required to pay a 10% penalty on top of any taxes owed. There are some exceptions to this rule. Fund can be withdrawn penalty free if they are used to pay for education at an IRA qualifying institution or in the purchase of a house.

Advantages to a FIRA

  • Money grows in a tax-advantaged way.
  • Funds are FDIC insured, just like a regular CD.
  • Interest rates on FIRAs are often higher than the same terms for a CD.
  • Some flexibility in withdrawing the money early for first time homebuyers and education expenses.

Disadvantages to a FIRA

  • Returns may not be as high as stocks, bonds, mutual funds.
  • Funds cannot be withdrawn until 59 1/2 without penalty (except for IRS approved expenses).
  • If interest rates rise during the term of the FIRA, money will be stuck in lower yielding account.

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