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Including Richmond, Midlothian, Glen Allen, Mechanicsville, Chester, Ashland, Colonial Heights, Henrico, Petersburg, Chesterfield, and 61 other towns.

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What was once a simple colonial settlement has now grown into a thriving cultural hub with shopping and outdoor activities that is known as Richmond, Virginia. With cobble stone streets, Civil War museums, and historic monuments, one can still feel the excitement of the past in this modern day city. Richmond also has a long tradition of banking. This is seen in financial institutions such as Citizen’s Bank and Trust Company, which first opened to the public in 1873 and is still serving Richmond residents today.

There are more than 20 banks and 30 credit unions found headquartered within Richmond. This means that those living here have many opportunities for banking. Face-to-face guidance can be found from the staff in the approximately 570 branches from nearly 50 banks and 45 credit unions. There are also several ATMs found throughout the neighborhoods of Richmond, along with many online banking options for additional convenience.

Many of Richmond’s financial establishments are quite notable businesses such as Capital One Bank, Union Bank & Trust, Citizen and Farmers Bank, EVB, Henrico Federal Credit Union, and Virginia Credit Union. Residents can open checking and savings accounts through these banks as well as take advantage of the many lending options. Richmond banks offer student loans, home mortgages, refinancing options, and personal loans. Individuals can prepare for their future by taking advantage of retirement funds and investment opportunities. Everything from basic check cashing to making the most of one’s income can be handled by the financial institutions of Richmond.

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2- And 3-Year Brokered Cds
For those interested in possibly taking the plunge into brokered CDs, Wells Fargo has been offering some pretty good non-callable, new issue deals with 2- and 3-year maturities. Today on
Navy Federal - CD Interest May / Will Not Be Paid If We Lose Money
There is a lot of interesting language in disclosure statements, particularly with credit unions. Many banks and credit unions contain language that they "may" allow withdrawals, and US Alliance reserves
Navy Fed 3 Yr Variable Rate Cd
Increased to 2.14% APY from 1.93%, $500 min
Navy Fed 1St IRA Bonus + Special = 3.32%
There's a currently IRA special at NavyFed going on (32months @ 2.75 APY) but what's not mentioned is that if you don't CURRENTLY have an IRA with NavyFed, they will
Navy Fed Offers New Special Certificates
Deal Summary: 2.25% APY 15-month add-on CD, Maximum deposit $50k. 2.75% APY 32-month add-on IRA CD, Maximum deposit $250k. Availability: Requires a connection to the military. Navy Federal Credit Union
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