A co-operative for Federal, State, School,
Municipal, and County Employees and Family.
|As high as||0.80% APY|
|As high as||3.00% APY|
|36 month||2.29% APR|
|60 month||2.69% APR|
|As low as||6.99% APR|
|Home Equity Loans|
|As low as||2.95% APR|
|Fixed Rate Mortgage|
|84 months||3.99% APR|
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We hope you will join us at our 2018 annual meeting as we celebrate our 60th anniversary! It's sure to be a great event on Saturday evening, June 2 at 5:30 p.m. at the Holiday Inn of Rutland. Get more information and complete your registration here. Special room rates are available for those that might like to stay overnight.
|3.00% APY||3 Year Term||$3,000 Maximum|
Open a 3-3-3 Special Term Certificate with as little as $1,000.00. You may make additional contributions of at least $100.00 at any time during the certificate term up to the maximum certificate amount of $3,000.
This is a special share certificate offering for a limited time and the Credit Union of Vermont reserves the right to end or modify this offer at any time. Limit one 3-3-3 Special Term Certificate per member. Available only for share certificates (non-IRA). Early withdrawal penalties apply. Credit union membership is required including a $25 minimum balance in a member regular share account.
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The prestigious rating and analytics firm Callahan & Associates has announced that as of 3/31/2017 the Credit Union of Vermont has been rated as the number one credit union for its Return of Member (ROM) for the second year in a row. Of the 5,857 credit unions in the USA, the Credit Union of Vermont scored a perfect 100.00, a distinction it shares with six others.
Callahan & Associates notes “The ability to create shared member value differentiates credit unions from other financial services providers.” Credit unions exist to serve their member-owners as opposed to shareholders. They are not profit driven and as such can maximize member value at the expense of the bottom line. You can learn more about the Return of Member ranking here: http://www.creditunions.com/articles/callahan-return-of-the-member-rom-index-quantifies-member-value/
CEO, Brian Fogg said “Once again, the Credit Union of Vermont’s focus on providing true value to its members has been recognized. Congratulations to our caring staff, management, officials and our entire membership.”