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Certificates of Deposit
If you're interested in a safe investment with an attractive interest rate and flexible terms, a Chemical Bank Certificate of Deposit (CD) may be the ideal investment vehicle for you.
Call or stop by any of our locations and ask us about these great investment options!
Investment terms from 3 to 60 months
“Raise Your Rate” CD
Low minimum investment amount and competitive interest rates
Fixed and variable rate options
Single maturity and automatic renewal certificates
Interest payment options -- monthly, quarterly, or at maturity
Statement options to meet your needs
What is the “Add-On” CD?
If you want the opportunity to add to your initial investment in your CD, then our 12-Month "Add-On" CD is for you! You can make additional deposits to your initial investment of at least $100 anytime you wish.
What is the “Raise Your Rate” CD?
Our Raise-Your-Rate CD will give you a longer term investment and the opportunity to "raise" the rate of your CD if rates go up. With a phone call you can increase your interest rate up to 1% once during the term of your investment if rates have increased. This CD offers investments of 36, 48, and 60 months.
What are the penalties for withdrawing money from my CD early?
Penalties for early withdraws which could result in the loss of principal:
3 to 12 month - loss of 3 months interest
13 to 35 months – loss of 6 months interest
36 to 60 months – loss of 12 months interest
- Exception: Death of account holder
There will be a penalty for early withdraw from a Certificate of Deposit. Except in these instances, there are no other fees or service charges.