Save More With an RTN Savings Certificate

Do you have a CD that’s maturing at another financial institution? Are you retiring soon and need to roll over funds from a 401(k) or 403(b) plan? Take advantage of RTN’s great rates on Savings Certificates (a credit union’s version of a certificate of deposit) and watch your money grow!

An RTN Savings Certificate is a safe and secure way to save. Our current specials include:

35-month certificates

  • 2.00% APY* for investments of $1,000 to $49,999.99
  • 2.05% APY* for investments of $50,000 and over

18-month certificates

  • 1.85% APY* for investments of $1,000 to $49,999.99
  • 1.90% APY* for investments of $50,000 and over

Click here for information on all our certificate offerings or contact Member Services at 781-736-9900, option 5 to speak with a Credit Union representative.

*APY = Annual Percentage Yield.
Annual percentage yields (APY) are accurate as of February 12, 2020. $1,000 or $50,000 minimum balance required to open non-IRA, Roth or Traditional IRA certificate accounts and to earn dividends. Penalty imposed for early withdrawal of funds. APYs are subject to change at any time or may be withdrawn at any time without notice.

Please note: The 18-month certificate special will automatically renew at the end of the initial maturity as a 12-month certificate. The 35-month certificate special automatically transfers to the Main Share or IRA share account at maturity. Both the 18-month share certificate and 35-month share certificate are subject to change or withdrawal at any time and are limited-time promotional offers.

Fees and other conditions could reduce the earnings on the account. Dividends paid at month-end or certificate maturity. Contact Member Services at 781-736-9900, option 5 for current APYs.

2 Responses to “Save More With an RTN Savings Certificate”

  1. Mary-Joan Foley

    Good morning.
    I have a couple of questions on the certificates. First question, are there fees for the certificates that are IRA accounts, and can the IRA certificates be renewed at maturity.
    We may possibly be taking a lump sum offer on my husbands pension, and I wasn’t sure if an IRA certificate might be an option.
    Thank you for your time. Have a great day.
    Mary-Joan Foley

    • RTN

      Hi Mary–We appreciate your interest in our certificate specials, and would be happy to answer your questions in more detail. At your convenience, please feel free to call our IRA Department at 617-278-5612 to speak with a specialist about your specific concerns. Thank you very much.