Certificates of Deposit

Looking for a great way to save for the future? Open a Certificate of Deposit (CD) at 1st Source and enjoy great rates and a guaranteed return.  

What is a Certificate of Deposit?

A CD is similar to a savings account in that it's FDIC insured and virtually risk-free. However, a CD has a specific length of time, or term, that your money is held (often three months, six months, or one to five years) and usually, a fixed interest rate. 
What are the benefits of opening a CD?
  • Great rates with guaranteed returns.
  • Wide variety of terms available to fit your needs. 
  • Knowing your investment is FDIC insured up to $250,000 per depositor.
If I open a CD, when and how will I receive the interest?  
Interest on CDs is paid at least once per year in several methods:
  • Accrued interest is added to the principal annually or at maturity if the CD period is less than one year.
  • Interest is directly deposited to your checking or savings account monthly, quarterly, semiannually, or annually.
What happens at the end of the CD's term?
CDs are self-renewing at maturity at the current interest yield offered for new certificates with similar terms. Once the CD reaches maturity, you may withdraw your money or reinvest into a new CD.  Certificates may not be withdrawn wholly or partially prior to their stated maturity without substantial penalty.