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Short-Term CDs

Get competitive rates with a short-term commitment.

No need to commit your money for long periods of time to get a great interest rate. Try a Short-Term CD instead. Regular terms of 3, 6 and 9 months are available, as are special terms designed to meet your specific financial goals.

Use our calculator to see how investing in a CD can grow your money.


Long-Term CDs

Invest your money longer and earn even more.

Lock in a higher rate when you choose a Long-Term CD. Choose a term from 1 to 5 years to best meet your future financial needs. Your interest compounds quarterly, and for convenience your CD automatically renews at maturity.

Use our calculator to see how investing in a CD can grow your money.

CD DirectSave

Make investing turnkey thanks to CD DirectSave. Set up automatic deposits from your Blue Grass Federal checking account into a 6-month CD.

DirectSave automates savings with electronic monthly contributions to your account for an incredibly easy savings plan.

You get a competitive interest rate, a practical 6-month term, convenient monthly statements, and automatic renewal when the account matures. And it only takes a $250 balance to get started.

Use our calculator to see how investing in a CD can grow your money.

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