Certificates of Deposit
With our history of helping families achieve their financial goals, SIS Bank offers a full range of savings plans designed to help you save regularly and build financial security. Since we are a savings bank, our deposit service professionals will work with you to establish an ongoing recurring savings plan that best suits your unique objectives. Our products give you safety, guaranteed yields, no risk and easy access.Check Current Rates
Please select an account below for more information:
No Penalty CD
The SIS Bump-up CD*
This great product gives our customers the ability to choose to bump up their rate to SIS CD available in the same term rate.
Here’s how it works:
- If SIS advertises the same CD term with a higher rate, you have the option of a one-time bump-up to the current rate.
- You decide when you want to exercise your bump-up and come into an SIS office to bump-up to the higher rate.
- Your choice. Your pick. Your timing.
Remember, you must ask us to bump-up your CD rate, we will not automatically increase your rate. Limit of one rate increase per Bump-Up CD Term. Not available to IRAs.
To open a Bump-Up CD, go to your local SIS branch or call us at 1-888-226-5747
*"Bump-up" CD allows a one-time rate adjustment during the term to a higher SIS posted CD rate of the same term for the remainder of the term. Penalty may be assessed for early withdrawal. Fees and withdrawals could reduce earnings on accounts.
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- Low $500 minimum deposit to open
- $500 minimum balance to earn interest
- Terms available from 91 days to 10 years
- Fixed interest rate for term of CD
- Automatic renewal
- A penalty may be imposed on withdrawal of principal before maturity
- Fees may reduce earnings on this account
Transaction limitations – After the account is opened, you may not make deposits into or withdrawals of principal from CD accounts until the maturity date. Withdrawal of interest is allowed.