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Waco Metro Area

Including Academy, Bartlett, Bedias, Bellmead, Belton, Bremond, Bryan, Buckholts, Buffalo, Caldwell, and 54 other towns.

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Waco is a city in central Texas, about halfway between Dallas and Austin. It is best known as the home of Baylor University, a large Baptist university. Its other claim to fame is being the home of Dr. Pepper! The city itself has about 130,000 people, and the wider metropolitan area has about 230,000 people. Notable cities in the Waco region include College Station, Bryan, Killeen, Temple, Copperas Cove, Harker Heights, Belton, Fort Hood, and Mexia.

Waco's economy is based largely on education and healthcare, while having a diverse range of employers. The banking sector is fairly large for a city of its size. There are 39 banks and 26 credit unions with headquarters in the Waco region. Notable institutions with local headquarters include Extraco Banks, N. A., First National Bank Texas, American Momentum Bank, Spirit of Texas Bank, SSB, and First National Bank of Central Texas. The oldest bank still operating in the area is Incommons Bank, which was established in 1882. Including banks headquartered elsewhere that operate in and around Waco, the area has more than 80 banks and 30 credit unions with about 370 total branches.

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PenFed Offers $200 Bonus for New Access America Checking Account
Deal Summary : $200 bonus for opening the Access America Checking, depositing at least $1,200, and making at least 5 debit card purchases within 90 days. Availability: Easy membership requirement
PenFed - $200 For Opening A New Access America Checking Account
https://www.penfed.org/offer/d/checkingpromo? "1Offer valid from 5/4/2020 - 6/14/2020. Must receive at least $1200 in deposits in your checking account within 90 days of account opening and make 5 debit card purchases
MM & CD Rate Cuts
Looks like money market and CD rates were cut this morning!
No Early Withdrawal Fee On Certificates. (COVID-19 Response)
NFCU Response to COVID-19 includes: "No early withdrawal fee on certificates. We understand you might need access to your savings, so we’ll be waiving penalties for early withdrawals on certificates."
Penfed Drops Rates On Cds
The seven-year IRA CD is now 1.3% APY. Mind you, the only saving grace remaining is, at least for now, the "no EWP for partial early withdrawals" for folks over
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