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2.55% 18-Month CD and Other High CD Rates at Access Credit Union in IL - Local Only

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Access Credit Union
Access Credit Union is offering several competitive share and IRA CDs. The most competitive are its short- and mid-term CDs. These include a 2.15% APY 6-month CD, a 2.41% APY 12-month CD, a 2.55% APY 18-month CD and a 2.65% APY 24-month CD. Minimum deposit is $10,000. Rates are 15 basis points lower for a $500 minimum deposit. These rates are listed at the credit union's rate table as of 7/22/09.

The credit union is also having a grand opening special for its new Broadview branch. One of the grand opening promotions is a bonus rate of 0.50% APY on a CD when you open a checking account with direct deposit.

Membership is open to those who live or work in one of several Illinois communities including parts of Chicago. Please refer to the credit union's Eligibility Page for the full details.

The credit union has strong ratings for safety and soundness: 5 stars (superior) at BauerFinancial and 4 stars (sound) at Bankrate.com. Both ratings are based on 3/31/09 financial data. The credit union is federally insured by the NCUA (Charter # 68368)

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I don't believe or trust anything Bernanke or Feds or the Treasury have to say anymore.
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By not knowing the real state of the economy (false unemployment numbers, false GDP, false cost of bailouts, false interest rates, hidden talks at the White house meetings and so on) we can not fix what is hidden from us, so how can anyone else believe that guy.

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