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24-Month CD Rates Today: Bayou City Federal Credit Union at 0.95% APY

bayou city federal credit unionSaving money for the long term can be a daunting challenge when the financial goal is fixed but interest rates are not. Start saving with certainty and guarantee your dividends with a high-yield certificate of deposit. With a variety of terms and rates to suit anyone’s needs, current and future members of Bayou City Federal Credit Union should check out its two-year CD, collecting interest at a 0.95% annual percentage yield.

24-Month CD Terms and Conditions

A one-time deposit is allowed (with a $1,000 minimum) for Bayou City Federal Credit Union’s range of CDs, earning fixed yields when depositors keep their money securely on deposit for the specified time period. Bayou City Federal Credit Union ensures that CD account holders stay on top of their investments — you’ll receive a CD earnings statement at the end of each quarter, right after dividends are posted. For added convenience, CDs automatically renew at the end of maturity unless otherwise specified. This rate is good on two-year CDs up to $24,999.

Bayou City Federal Credit Union CDs are also federally insured by the National Credit Union Administration, up to and included balances of $250,000.

About Bayou City Federal Credit Union

Rooted in the health care industry, Bayou City Federal Credit Union cares about the financial health of its members. It was founded 35 years ago as an outlet for employees of Hermann Hospital in Houston, who needed an alternative to unconventional financial service providers. Bayou City Federal Credit Union continues to grow and prosper, and welcomes as members anyone who lives, works, worships attends school or businesses in the general geographical area of Southeast Houston.

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Other Terms and Conditions may apply. Additionally, interest rates are based on the institution’s online published rates and may have changed since  this offer was posted. Please contact the financial institution for the most recent rate updates and to review the terms of the offer.