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Boise Metro Area

Including Boise, Meridian, Nampa, Eagle, Caldwell, Ontario, Mountain Home, Emmett, Payette, Vale, and 21 other towns.

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Banking in the Boise Area

Services for banking in Boise, Idaho, is available at more than 450 branches belonging to over 25 banks and 30 credit unions in the immediate metropolitan area. As the third populous metro area in the state, Boise is nationally known for its rich culture of music and art. Located on the banks of the Boise River in southwest Idaho, Boise is home to thousands of households. U.S. Census reported the population in the city was approximately 216,200 in 2014, with a metropolitan population of 664,400.

One of the oldest active financial institutions in Boise metropolitan area is the 80 year-old Capital Educators Federal Credit Union. Established in 1936, the Credit Union originally provided services to employees employed by educational institutions, but has expanded its membership to include almost anyone. Other notable institutions providing services for banking in Boise are KeyBank, Northwest Bank, Pioneer Federal Credit Union, Idaho First Bank, and Icon Credit Union. Three notable banks are headquartered in the area along with more than 15 credit union. Local customers have access to hundreds of ATMs in neighboring cities, including Caldwell, Eagle, Emmett, Fruitland, Meridian, Mountain Home, Meridian, Nampa, Ontario, and Payette.

Credit Unions are dominating providers offering financial and banking services in Boise. Capital Educators Federal Credit Union is one of the most reputable credit unions in the metropolitan area, if not the nation. Members are offered personal and commercial services, and products for checking, share savings, loans, and credit cards.

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Deadline For 2.75% APY 5-Year Bump Term Deposit
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Idaho Central CU Features 60-Month Promo CD (2.75% APY)
Deal Summary: 60-month Promo CD, 2.75% APY; 12-month Promo CD, 1.35% APY; $500 minimum. Availability: Residents of 27 Idaho counties and one Nevada county; employees and retirees of the State
2.05% 5-Year CD At Washington Federal
Saw at my local branch that their 5-year CD is back at a competitive level 5 year Fixed Rate CD 2.05% apy min $90,000 2.00% apy min $1,000 Most of
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