Connexus CU Has 12-Month CD and 60-Month CD

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Deal Summary: Share Certificates – 12-month (2.50% APY), 24-month (2.60% APY), 36-month (2.75% APY), 42-month (3.00% APY), 60-month (3.25% APY), $5k minimum deposit.

Availability: Easy membership requirement

Connexus Credit Union (Connexus) was a prolific producer of competitive CDs during 2015 and 2016. Beginning in 2017, rates dropped, Share Certificate Specials dried up, and Connexus was no longer a rates race leader. This past January, Connexus made a strong showing by raising the rates on all its Share Certificates, and more importantly, offered the first nationally available 3.00% 5-year CD.

This weekend saw across-the-board rate increases (between 33-75 bps) and the addition of a new 42-month Share Certificate. Connexus is back in the game.

APYMINMAXINSTITUTIONPRODUCTDETAILS
3.25%$5k-Connexus Credit Union60 Month Certificate
3.00%$5k-Connexus Credit Union42 Month Certificate
2.75%$5k-Connexus Credit Union36 Month Certificate
2.60%$5k-Connexus Credit Union24 Month Certificate
2.50%$5k-Connexus Credit Union12 Month Certificate
Rates as of September 21, 2018.

The Share Certificates can be opened with a $5k minimum deposit, with no stated balance cap. Unlike some of Connexus’ prior Share Certificate offerings, no checking account is required to earned the stated APYs.

All the Share Certificates are available as IRAs (Traditional and Roth), earning the same APYs with the same funding requirements.

APYMINMAXINSTITUTIONPRODUCTDETAILS
3.25%$5k-Connexus Credit Union60 Month IRA Certificate (Traditional, Roth)
3.00%$5k-Connexus Credit Union42 Month IRA Certificate (Traditional, Roth)
2.75%$5k-Connexus Credit Union36 Month IRA Certificate (Traditional, Roth)
2.60%$5k-Connexus Credit Union24 Month IRA Certificate (Traditional, Roth)
2.50%$5k-Connexus Credit Union12 Month IRA Certificate (Traditional, Roth)
Rates as of September 21, 2018.

As stated in the Truth-in-Savings disclosure, the Early Withdrawal Penalty reads as follows:

If your account has an original maturity of one year or less:
The penalty will equal 90 days dividends on the amount withdrawn subject to penalty.

If your account has an original maturity of more than one year, but less than five years:
The penalty will equal 180 days dividends on the amount withdrawn subject to penalty.

If your account has an original maturity of five years or greater:
The penalty will equal 365 days dividends on the amount withdrawn subject to penalty.

Thanks to the DA reader, DAJunky, who shared the news of the Connexus rate increases in a Forum post.

Availability

Headquartered in Wausau, Wisconsin, Connexus Credit Union offers many ways to join, including,

Easy membership: Membership in Connexus Credit Union is open to virtually anyone by joining the Connexus Association, with a one-time $5 donation that will directly benefit one of many supported organizations.

Employment or Affiliation - Employees, retirees, family members, or members of 16 companies and organizations qualify for membership.

Residency - Individuals who line in any of the following communities are eligible to join:

    Minnesota – Brooklyn Center, Crystal, Golden Valley, Hopkins, Minneapolis, New Hope, Robbinsdale, and St. Louis Park.

    Ohio – Cincinnati metro area.

    New Hampshire – Dover and Portsmouth.

    Wisconsin – Rothschild, Schofield, Wausau, and Weston.

Complete eligibility details are listed Connexus’ Membership Eligibility page.

Joining Connexus can be done either online, or in person at any of the eight Wisconsin branches located in Wausau (6) and Weston (2), or the sole public Ohio branch both located in Cincinnati. Connexus also has branches for Liberty Mutual employees only in Dover and Portsmouth, New Hampshire; Fairfield, Ohio; and Wausau, Wisconsin. As the result of a merger, Connexus has acquired four branches in Minnesota, located in Brooklyn Center, Golden Valley, and Minneapolis

Opening any of these Share Certificates can now be done online. The Share Certificates can also be opened at any of the above mentioned branch locations or by phone (800.845.5025).

Credit Union Overview

Connexus Credit Union has an overall health grade of "A" at DepositAccounts.com, with a Texas Ratio of 8.33% (excellent), based on December 31, 2017 data. In the past year, Connexus increased its total non-brokered deposits by $187.54 million, an excellent annual growth rate of 16.34%. Please refer to our financial overview of Connexus Credit Union (NCUA Charter # 66538) for more details.

Founded in 1935, the Credit Union was originally established to serve the employees of Employer’s Mutual, the predecessor of Wausau Insurance (1980). In 1998, Wausau Insurance was acquired by Liberty Mutual Insurance and membership was extended to all Liberty Mutual employees and retirees nationwide. Over the next 20 years, through acquisitions, mergers, and expansion, Connexus increased its membership to more than 308,800 members, with over $1.6 billion in assets.

How the Share Certificates Compare

When compared to the 212 similar length-of-term CDs tracked by DepositAccounts.com that require a similar minimum deposit and are available nationally, Connexus Credit Union's 12-month Share Certificate APY currently ranks first.

When compared to the 205 similar length-of-term CDs tracked by DepositAccounts.com that require a similar minimum deposit and are available nationally, Connexus Credit Union's 24-month Share Certificate APY currently ranks third.

When compared to the 206 similar length-of-term CDs tracked by DepositAccounts.com that require a similar minimum deposit and are available nationally, Connexus Credit Union's 36-month Share Certificate APY currently ranks second.

When compared to the 175 similar length-of-term CDs tracked by DepositAccounts.com that require a similar minimum deposit and are available nationally, Connexus Credit Union's 42-month Share Certificate APY currently ranks first.

When compared to the 184 similar length-of-term CDs tracked by DepositAccounts.com that require a similar minimum deposit and are available nationally, Connexus Credit Union's 60-month Share Certificate APY currently ranks first.

The above rates are accurate as of 5/21/2018.

To look for the best CD rates, both nationwide and state specific, please refer to our CD Rates Table page.

Related Pages: Boston CD rates, Cincinnati CD rates, Minneapolis CD rates, Wausau CD rates, 1-year CD rates, 5-year CD rates, nationwide deals

Comments
The Mighty Sven
The Mighty Sven   |     |   Comment #1
I hope the higher APY here at five years is the start of a trend. Those "three for five" deals were becoming really stale. We are too close to June now for me personally to jump in on this. But I certainly would understand others who believe now is the time to invest.
Granny Obvious
Granny Obvious   |     |   Comment #2
"Too close to June."

So, despite the fact that 100% of Fed Funds futures investors have been predicting a June rate increase for two months, you think the rate increase will be a surprise, and prompt CD rate increases.

Doesn't seem coherent to me, but I certainly would others who believe now is not the time to invest.
gregk
gregk   |     |   Comment #10
Just how coherent is what follows "doesn't seem coherent to me"?

Not very.
George
George   |     |   Comment #19
C'mon now, it's obvious #2's reply was a typo which left out the word 'understand.' Not that difficult to figure out.
gregk
gregk   |     |   Comment #20
Yes, ok, - you're right. Hope I didn't hurt Granny's feelings.
Reader1
Reader1   |     |   Comment #25
George, I am not so sure. I think Granny left out the words "like to hear from".
George
George   |     |   Comment #28
'George, I am not so sure. I think Granny left out the words "like to hear from".'

I think it's highly unlikely someone would leave out 4 words instead of just one.
Grandpa Simple
Grandpa Simple   |     |   Comment #29
It may in fact not be obvious, to people who think they have an inside edge on the June rate increase.
Anon
Anon   |     |   Comment #22
CD rates anticipate Fed rate increases. The Fed rate increase just confirms expectations.
Anonymous
Anonymous   |     |   Comment #3
42-month 3% apy w 6m ewp is better than the 5 year one IMO
111
111   |     |   Comment #4
Question for anyone who has bought Connexus CDs before - they state on their website that CD interest is compounded quarterly. They go on to say that you can have dividends posted to another Connexus account, or sent to you as a check.

This is a long shot, but has anyone who has bought CDs from Connexus (especially the 1-year) in the past, ever been offered a third option - to have ALL the interest be paid at the termination date of the CD? (Ally Bank, for example, does this, although their statements do show you what interest has been "accrued" along the way).

Or if Connexus does not do this - are there other financial institutions (besides Ally) that do?

(The reason for asking such an odd question involves a one-off situation that will unavoidably result in a healthy increase in taxable income this year but not later, so I'm trying to push other income to 2019.)
evol
evol   |     |   Comment #5
The "accured" interest for 2018 will show up on your 2018 1099-INT even if they "pay" you at the termination date in 2023.
111
111   |     |   Comment #8
Evol - Nope. For example, I have an 11-month CD with Ally, started in 2017. As I said in my post, Ally is one of the (probably few) financial institutions that does it this way. (What I'm looking for is whether Connexus, or others, also do.)

Although my Ally CD interest accrued in 2017 was well over $10, a 1099 was NOT generated by Ally for this interest. I checked again, since you seemed so certain, plus I called Ally. They said it is correct that it was not generated, because interest will be paid at the end of the CD term (exactly as I stated above), which will be in 2018. My 2018 1099 will include all interest for both years.

Now, if you have an answer to the question I actually DID ask, then thanks. Otherwise....
payitforward
payitforward   |     |   Comment #23
Thanks for this valuable info. on payment of accrued interest at maturity. I have been switching 11-month no-penalty CDs between Ally and CIT based on which bank offered the higher rate. Knowing about Ally's policy on the payout of interest well is a relief for me this year.
evol
evol   |     |   Comment #35
That is valuable information for me. I did not know that.
me1004
me1004   |     |   Comment #17
You are right, 111. The only interest that will appear on a 1099 or be taxable is interest that has been posted in the tax year, not accrued.

In the past, I had accounts at a couple of the Korean banks, and they pay simple interest paid at maturity. I don't know if that is till how they do it, but probably. One was Pacific City Bank in Los Angeles. I think the other was Center Bank in Los Angeles, but that has been merged into I think Hanmi Bank.
PeterLindstrom
PeterLindstrom   |     |   Comment #43
It appears that Ally only offers the 'At Maturity' disbursement option for CDs with maturities 1 year and under. You can confirm this through their process for opening a new account (I entered my Ally login info but didn't have to actually open the account).
Strange But True
Strange But True   |     |   Comment #6
One word of warning about this credit union is the bizarro policy that they have when it comes to instructing them how to handle CD funds at maturity.

I had a CD mature at this place mature this year. A few weeks before maturity I sent them a secure email telling them to dump the CD funds into my savings account at maturity.

I received a reply stating that I would have to call them once the CD had matured. So, I did and that's when things got strange. That's annoying, but nothing unusual.

The CSR I spoke to told me that "due to the size of the CD", I would have to answer some security questions. This was a first! So, I assumed they would be asking the normal questions that I used when creating the account.

Wrong! She started asking me questions that where obviously being taken from my credit report. So, I told her that since I had my credit reports frozen that all of my answers would probably be rejected.

She told me that wasn't the case and to go ahead and answer the questions. I answered all of the questions properly and surprise, surprise they were rejected. So, she said I couldn't close the CD!

I said, now wait a minute. First, I'm not asking you for a check or anything. I just want the money transferred to my savings account. How does that require any enhance security?

Second, if the whole point of the security questions was to verify my identity, then surely having sent you a secure email thru my online account should be adequate.

Plus, I calling you from the telephone number that has been on the account since its inception. So, if that's not good enough, what is?

I told her in no uncertain terms that if they renewed my CD despite my instructions not to, that I would be closing all of my other accounts at Connexus. And, filing a complaint with the NCUA. And, seeking legal advice.

She then said that she would talk to a supervisor to see what options I had. A few minutes later, she came back and said that they would honor my request.

That 1 year CD doesn't look too bad. But, if its big enough, be prepared to enter the twilight zone when you want to do anything but renew it!
gregk
gregk   |     |   Comment #9
Sounds like no more than a misinformed customer service rep not realizing that transferring funds from a matured CD to a customer checking account poses no fraud risk. Learning to navigate through the terrain of clueless FI service reps is imperative training for managing money in contemporary America, one essential principle of which is avoiding emotional reactivity and maintaining equanimity in the face of even the most mind-numbing ignorance and stupidity.
Reps double down when accused or attacked, and will adamantly insist under assault they are most certain of matters they are evidently most confused about, whereas deft and patient questioning can oftentimes coax a recognition they may be mistaken and need to search out the right answers. Supervisors can be just as uncomprehending, of course, so a satisfactory outcome is still never guaranteed.
deplorable 1
deplorable 1   |     |   Comment #11
LMAO! gregk............That was funny because it's true. If you have many accounts you will run into incompetent CSR's with great frequency. I find that taking a deep breath and speaking very slowly and calmly works wonders. If that doesn't work politely ask for a supervisor. If that still doesn't work hang up and call back later to hopefully get a better rep.
AAA
AAA   |     |   Comment #15
This is moot when it comes to Brokered CDs. Some brokers inquire at the time of purchasing the CD if the 'renewal' is required. For others the closure of CD upon maturity is automatic. This is one of the positive points of brokered CDs.
RichReg
RichReg   |     |   Comment #14
I think Strange But True is correct here.
Connexus told me the same thing...that I need a checking account with an ATM card in order to have anything transferred internally for purposes of withdrawing upon maturity (or even depositing). Additionally, even though they show shared branches on their web-site, they DO NOT participate with any (only the ATMs would work). So yeah, be prepared upon maturity or initial deposit.
Lance
Lance   |     |   Comment #50
This is true, i tried to create a CD account and they want me to unfreeze BOTH my wife's and my credit. No thanks.

Waste my time opening saving acc(required), made 100 dollar deposit (required), they say they can't stop the creation of saving so we have to wait until that's done AND money transfered in before they can cancel and withdraw. lol... what a waste of time.
AAA
AAA   |     |   Comment #7
= 0.25% ) then it will be worth it for me to stop using Brokered CDs.
jib2424
jib2424   |     |   Comment #12
What does this mean?
AAA
AAA   |     |   Comment #13
Message I wrote had sign greater-than-or-equal-to. Looks like the deposit accounts removed all the text before that and posted only test after that. Anyways I wanted to write that brokered CDs are comparable to this rate.
RJM
RJM   |     |   Comment #16
The 2.5% is a nice rate. But I do not want to open another account if I can help it. Love the competition though.

Was able to pick up a couple of small secondary market CDs early this morning, 13 months at 2.54% and a 3.5 month one at 2.20%. (That 3.5 month one was very rare because usually the fee makes it hard to get an above market rate)

And, as usual, both were small amounts, almost not worth bothering with.
david
david   |     |   Comment #21
Did you purchase your secondary CDs at the Asking price or did you submit a Bid to achieve your purchase price?
RJM
RJM   |     |   Comment #24
Ask. I have never had any luck with bids but I have seen someone else apparently placing orders for similar issues at slightly less. I guess some get fed up & just accept the lower bid?

The entire system to me seems like something out of the 80s. Slow, cumbersome & hard to navigate.

Many orders are all or none which means an hour I guess. Unless you change it. But today, I was trying to take a small offer of 2 CDs and I thought I got it only to find out later that my order was cancelled apparently because someone beat me to that issue. And instead of leaving the order open for an hour, they automatically cancelled mine.

I confused it with a fill because the alert sounded like a fill and I have bought enough to know.

But I could not read the entire popup and hours later I realized that I never got those 2.

I am used to an active trader platform for stocks but the secondary CD system is just like pitiful.

Apparently active traders use a bloomberg which I do not have.
david
david   |     |   Comment #26
It sounds like you are utilizing Fidelity like me. FYI, Fill or Kill orders with a bid price below the asking price will only last 20 minutes at Fidelity and then they are automatically cancelled if not filled. I'm currently buying short-term secondary CDs, T-Notes, and in-state muni bonds with Fidelity.
RJM
RJM   |     |   Comment #27
I have only bought the CDs. And I have a long list of past CD buys that make me look pretty stupid. As a result, I am not going out 4-5+ years again anytime soon.

Warren Buffet says not to own CDs/Bonds but gosh, stocks just seem overvalued to me. And I have a hard time buying.

When I was 30, I was in a constant state of "margin call" but luckily my broker at the time never took action because they knew I was good for it.
me1004
me1004   |     |   Comment #42
CDs are quite safe but at punitively low return.

In a rising rate environment, bonds you hold get impacted the hardest and face greatest risk of losses. And all bonds will be impacted by that.

Stock also are negatively impacted by rising rates -- at least once they rise high enough -- but generally to a lesser extent than bonds. Maybe a master investor like Buffet can identify and buy only the stocks that will be the ones making money despite rising interest rates, and so made that comment, but no one else can pick and choose well enough to avoid the rising rates impact.

FDIC or NCUA CDs will not lose money, but also will not gain you much if anything as compared to inflation.
RJM
RJM   |     |   Comment #30
Its kind of a waste of time really.

But every now and then I get an ok buy.

Picked up ten today.... of course, some trolls will say I owe massive income taxes. (Despite being in a very low tax bracket)

95% of the secondary market CDs are bad deals compared to brokered. When you find a good one, you only have a minute to decide usually.

Action Buy
CUSIP 02006L2N2
Description ALLY BK MIDVALE UTAHCD 1.60000% 05/13/2019
Quantity 10
Coupon 1.600
Maturity Date 05/13/2019
Trade Date 05/22/2018
Settlement Date 05/24/2018
Order Type Price Limit at 98.980
Time in Force Fill or Kill
Trade Type Margin
Mark-up 0.10
Price w/Mark-up 99.080
Effective Yield 2.565622
Accrued Interest 5.70
The cost of this trade without mark-up $9,903.70
Mark-up(%) $10.00 (0.101%)
Cost of this trade with mark-up $9,913.70
AAA
AAA   |     |   Comment #32
Which broker did you use? Is the Mark-up fixed dollar amount at your broker? Is there any minimum quantity you need to buy per trade?
MDH71
MDH71   |     |   Comment #34
From looking at the table of data RJM posted in comment #30, he apparently used Fidelity. Fidelity charges a $1 mark-up fee per $1000 secondary CD trade (if you do it yourself online without a Fidelity representative). $1000 is the minimum allowable trade for secondary CD trades at Fidelity.
AAA
AAA   |     |   Comment #37
Hmm ... I will need to keep an eye on Fidelity Secondary CDs ... Even with the markup this rate is nice ...
MDH71
MDH71   |     |   Comment #33
Excellent buy RJM! You beat the best current 12-month brokered CD rate (2.30%) by over 26 basis points and you did so even including a $10 trading fee. Keep up the great work with your secondary CD purchases at Fidelity!!
larry
larry   |     |   Comment #38
Really, Fido charges you $10 trading fee for brokered cd's? Strange because BOA has never charged me since I've been with them.
MDH71
MDH71   |     |   Comment #39
larry -- Fidelity charges no trading fees for "brokered CDs" (the new issue variety) just like BOA. The $10 trading fee which RJM was charged was for a "secondary CD" (these are traded differently than new issue brokered CDs).
RJM
RJM   |     |   Comment #47
MDH,
I don't compare available secondary yields just to the new issues, I compare them to other available choices like the Connexus 1 year at 2.50%. So, 6 basis points on a 12 month CD is not a huge windfall by any means.
me1004
me1004   |     |   Comment #18
I note, Connexus is not as easy to fund your account, even opening the basic membership, as it once was. It is NOT part of the shared branch system any more. So, you will have to fund via mail, wire, or maybe ACH if you can, but lose some number of days of interest waiting on the ACH. and note, Connexus does have a fee for incoming wires, but that is possible to have waived for funding the account.
Fortress
Fortress   |     |   Comment #46
They told me that my CD could only be funded with a check. I was going to do that but their whole process turned out to be so cumbersome that I ended up not doing it.
DAJunky
DAJunky   |     |   Comment #48
Unless there's been a recent substantial policy change, this information seems suspect.
Alternatively, once your basic membership is funded (typically via an external checking account), and a new primary share savings account is established, you should be able to wire or ACH (preferably externally initiated 'push' to avoid possible CU low $ limitations) transfer funds to savings, following up with a CSR phone-in request to open the CD with those funds.
Rickny
Rickny   |     |   Comment #31
2.5% for 1 year is great. If I had a no penalty CD at Ally or CIT I'd move it here
Sperry8
Sperry8   |     |   Comment #36
Sure is a good rate. Bests Synchrony Banks 2.35% 13 mo CD, which was the prior best imo. I do have a CIT bank no penalty CD. Might look at switching. .65% APY difference for one year is $1,625 (at FDIC limits).
Strange But True
Strange But True   |     |   Comment #40
Well, I just talked to a CSR at Connexus about they're "security policy" for maturing CD's.
For any transaction over 10K, you have to play the game of 20 questions derived from an outfit called Lexis Nexis.
They're a third-party "identity verification" service that culls your personal information from a variety of sources.
From what I was told, having my credit reports frozen had nothing to do with failing to answer the questions.
But, that same CSR gave me bogus information by stating to get around this I just had to send a secure email.
This is despite the fact that I had already told here that was not the case. That's why I had to call.
I've never had to put up with this sort of stuff just to transfer a maturing CD to a savings account anywhere else.
The whole thing is just so incredibly stupid.
The don't use the security questions that I set-up on my account (the answers are bogus ones only I know).
Nope, they're using data from a third-party that's readily available since the Equifax hack to anyone that wants it.
And, to top matters off, according to Krebs On Security's website, the third-party they use was hacked in 2013!
So, I'd better get on the "dark web" and purchase my own identity data.
Maybe then, I'll be able to answer the questions right!
AAA
AAA   |     |   Comment #41
In this day and age 10k is too small a threshold for this sort of hassle.
me1004
me1004   |     |   Comment #44
BTW, Lexis Nexus is a very major and longtime information gathering operation, not simply limited to "identity verification." It knows pretty much EVERYTHING about EVERYONE, and not just credit information, everything it can find anywhere. All the lawyers, among many others, have used it for decades to dig up information -- it is a paid service. And I guess it now knows about your CD too.

It is not one of the credit agencies, your credit freeze does not affect it.
moneysaver
moneysaver   |     |   Comment #49
I had one of those kinds of encounters once with a different bank in a different situation.

But they ended up asking me, out of the blue on the phone, the day and month birthday of a lady I had lived with ending about 15 years prior and hadn't had any contact with since then. Hadn't given her a thought in years, and couldn't answer the question on the fly.

Though I did learn, when you're on the phone, supposedly, you can tell the rep you'd like them to ask a different question and they won't penalize you, as long as you don't answer the question wrong. Of course, that doesn't work with the automated, press the number voice response systems that some banks use.
Fortress
Fortress   |     |   Comment #45
Tried to open an account yesterday. Thought it was done successfully. Called a couple of times during the process to make sure I was on the right track. Couple of hours later I get 3 confusing emails asking me to click on links and supply codes. They each were from different departments and as I'd opened them all before responding i couldn't tell which code went with what question. When I reviewed my application before submitting all the info was correct. Way too much trouble so I told them to cancel my application. I have accounts with several banks and credit unions, none as confusing as this.
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