Certificates are specific amounts of money invested for a specified amount of time. Lion's Share offers various rates and terms to suit your investment needs.
The minimum balance to open a certificate is $500.00. Dividends are paid quarterly and are based on the certificates average daily balance for that three-month period. Dividends can be added to the certificate or paid into a separate share account if you prefer.
Certificates are automatically renewed unless you let us know you in advance. A notice of renewal reminder is sent out approximately one month prior to the renewal date. Once a certificate is opened, additional deposits are allowed only during the renewal process. Withdrawals can be made to share certificates during the renewal period without penalty.
Should you need to close a share certificate prior to the end of term, an early withdrawal penalty will be charged. Share certificate early withdrawal penalties are:
- 12 month Share Certificate = 90 Days of Dividends
- 24 month Share Certificate = 90 Days of Dividends
- Mini-Jumbo Share Certificate = 90 Months of Dividends
- Save to Win Share Certificate = 1st W/D = $25 Penalty
2nd W/D = Account Closure
Share CertificatesRates Effective November 1, 2023
|Certificates Available||Dividend Rate||APY||Term
|12 Month ADD-ON Share Certificate |
You can add money to this certificate at any time. Contact Us if you want funds transferred or Payroll Deduction set up to go into this Certificate.
|24 Month BUMP-UP* Share Certificate |
Rate can be Bumped Up 2 times over the course of 24 months. Contact Us if you see this rate change & want to bump your rate up to the new rate on this Certificate.
|36 Month Share Certificate $2500 Minimum Balance Required,||3.25||3.27||36 Months|
|Mini Jumbo Share Certificate $10,000 Minimum Balance Required,||4.00||4.06||60 Months|
|Save to Win Share Certificate|
$25 Minimum Balance Required,
|All Certificates require a minimum $500 minimum balance unless otherwise stated. APY = Annual Percentage Yield
All Dividends Paid Quarterly. Early withdrawals & associated penalties may affect your dividend earnings.