Certificates of Deposit and IRAs Invest In Your Future Retirement Savings

Deciding on the right investment product for your future can be challenging. Liberty First is here to help you navigate through the options and find the right investment strategy for you. 

Certificates of Deposit

If you are looking for a secure way to earn predictable interest then consider a Certificate of Deposit (CD). These investments allow you to pick your term while maximizing your earnings. 

If you are ready to set aside money you don’t need right away, let’s get started. Many Certificates can be opened with as little as $500 and terms range from 3 months to 5 years. Check out our deposit rates and pick what best fits your investment plan. Then give us a call, or stop by to open your CD and start saving for your future. 

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Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs)

It's never too early to begin saving for a secure retirement. We can help you to safely achieve your retirement goals with our Roth, Traditional and Education IRA plans. Your principal is insured up to $250,000 by the NCUA, a U.S. Government agency. This is in addition to the $250,000 of NCUA insurance provided on your share savings, money market share, and share certificates.

Set up an automatic/systematic deposit of at least $100 a month and earn more!

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  • No minimum balance required
  • Earns a competitive variable rate
  • Dividends calculated on the daily balance, and compounded and credited monthly
  • No Credit Union penalty for early withdrawal. Federal law may impose a special penalty tax for the early withdrawal of IRA funds
  • No Credit Union penalty for early withdrawal. Federal law may impose a special penalty tax for the early withdrawal of IRA funds

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  • Minimum deposit of $500. (Specials may have other minimum deposit requirements)
  • Earns a competitive, guaranteed fixed rate of return
  • Terms of 6 to 60 months are available for your investment needs
  • Dividends are compounded and credited monthly or at maturity
  • Penalty may be imposed for early withdrawal of funds from the Credit Union. Federal law may impose a special penalty tax for the early withdrawal of IRA funds

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Clarify Your IRA Knowledge:

  • Roth IRA

    The Roth IRA allows you to invest after-tax dollars now, receive the growth of tax-deferred earnings, and have the principal amount tax-free when you take distributions. Plus, your tax-deferred earnings can become tax-free if the account is open for a minimum of 5 years and one of the following events occurs: you are age 59 ½, purchase a new home, disability, or death. Roth IRA funds may be withdrawn penalty-free, for college education expenses, or for the purchase of your first home. In both cases, the funds may be used by the IRA owner, spouse, child or grandchild. (Withdrawals prior to investment maturity may be subject to bank penalty.) A spouse may open a Roth IRA, even if the other spouse participates in an employee-sponsored retirement program. Check with a Member Service Representative for details on current income eligibility requirements.

  • Traditional IRAs

    With the Traditional IRA your contributions may be eligible as a tax deduction and the investment earnings are tax deferred until the time of withdrawal. The Traditional IRA permits a spouse to make a tax deductible contribution even if the other spouse participates in an employer-sponsored retirement program. Penalty-free withdrawals can be made for college expenses or the purchase of a first home. The funds may be used by the IRA owner, spouse, child or grandchild. Check with your Member Services Representative for details on current income eligibility requirements.

  • SIMPLE IRAs

    A SIMPLE IRA plan is an IRA-based plan that gives small employers a simplified method to make contributions toward their employees’ retirement and their own retirement. Under a SIMPLE IRA plan, employees may choose to make salary reduction contributions and the employer makes matching or non-elective contributions. All contributions are made directly to an Individual Retirement Account set up for each employee. A SIMPLE IRA plan is usually found in companies with less than 100 employees who want to provide an alternative to a qualified profit sharing plan.

  • SEP IRAs (Simplified Employee Pension Plan)

    A SEP provides employers with a simplified method to make contributions toward their employees’ retirement and, if self-employed, their own retirement. Contributions are made directly to an Individual Retirement Account set up for each employee. An employer may offer a SEP plan in conjunction with another defined contribution plan. This plan can be set up by any type of business, including sole proprietorships, partnerships or corporations with any number of employees.