This page uses JavaScript. Your browser either does not support JavaScript or you have it turned off. To see this page properly please use a JavaScript enabled browser.
TCT FCU TCT FCU Go to main content
FAQs
Payment Protection

FAQs

Home > Borrow > Insurance Programs > Payment Protection

What is a Share Certificate?

A Share Certificate is a deposit made for a specified time period which may earn a higher rate of dividends than a savings account. A share certificate has a maturity date, a specified fixed dividend rate and can be issued in any denomination of $1,000 or more. If you cash in a certificate before its maturity date, you would pay a penalty. Link to Share Certificates

This answer has been viewed 13763 times.



Related Questions
Go to main navigation
TruStage Insurance Discount - Learn More
Personal Loan Sale

HAVE QUESTIONS

Want to learn more about our loans? Let's connect!

SEND A MESSAGE     STOP BY A BRANCH     GIVE US A CALL

E-NEWS

Get the latest articles and announcements in your inbox
Sign Up