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Share Certificates

NAE Federal Credit Union offers high yield share certificates. Share Certificates are a great opportunity to earn higher dividends. Lock in to a desired rate for a desired period of time. NAE offers various terms from six months to five years. The minimum balance requirements vary depending on the term and rate. Dividends are paid at different frequencies and may compound or be deposited into your account according to the selected options. Share Certificates provide members with maximum flexibility when it comes to balance, term and dividend frequency. Check out our CD interest calculator to see just how much you can save and earn. Contact us today for current rates and details.

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Investment and Planning

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Loans & Credit Cards

Save time and money with competitive rates and flexible terms. More

Savings Accounts

Open a share savings account and enjoy the benefits. More

Checking Accounts

NAE's free checking account is perfect for everyone. More

Financial Calculators

Make the right financial decisions. More

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