Certificates of Deposit and IRA Accounts
Whether you're looking for short-term savings or preparing for retirement, Texell has you covered with Certificates of Deposit (CDs) and Individual Retirement Arrangements (IRAs) that will keep you on track. Your next goal is within reach!
Certificates of Deposit
- Certificates traditionally earn more than traditional savings accounts
- In general, longer-term certificates pay higher rates
- Deposit your dividends to any Texell account
- Available for retirement accounts (IRAs and Roth IRAs)
- Accounts insured up to $500,0001
- Monthly Service Fee: $0
- Minimum to open: $1,000
- Minimum to earn dividends: $1,000
- Dividends paid: Quarterly with options to deposit back into the account or transfer to another Texell account
- Accounts are subject to penalty for early withdrawal, and terms renew automatically.
1 You must maintain the disclosed minimum daily balance in your account to obtain the disclosed Annual Percentage Yield. Rates effective as of 12/20/2022 and may change without notice. You will not earn dividends on any day your account balance is below the required minimum daily balance. ² Stated rate also applies to IRA Term Share Certificates. Penalty for early withdrawal.
Whether retirement is on your mind or still many years away, our financial experts can help you find the right options to secure your future. We offer both Traditional and Roth Individual Retirement Arrangements (IRAs) with the following features:
- Competitive dividend rates on IRA Savings Accounts and IRA Certificates of Deposit
- No setup or maintenance fees
- Open an IRA Savings Account with a minimum $5 deposit
- Open an IRA Certificate of Deposit with 1,000 or more
- Qualified individuals may deposit up to $6,000 annually, or $7,000 annually for individuals 50 years or older
- Insured up to $500,0003
Frequently Asked Questions:
Certificates of Deposit require a $1,000 minimum opening deposit. You can open an IRA Savings Accounts for as little as $5.
Yes, like a savings account, funds in CDs and IRAs are insured. Texell provides extra insurance to members, insuring your combined deposits up to $500,000.3
Yes, dividends earned on Certificates of Deposits will be reported as interest income on your 1099.
Yes, Texell will impose an early withdrawal penalty if you withdraw funds before maturity. The early withdrawal penalty will vary based on your certificate's term. Please refer to your Consumer Account Agreement for detailed information.
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