Effective Dates: 11/1/2022 - 12/31/2022

Pathways’ new 4.00% APY* Certificate of Deposit (CD) promotion is the gift that keeps on giving!

For the month of November and December ONLY, you can earn an unbeatable 4.00% APY* when you open a new 20 – month certificate! Here’s how you qualify:

  • Minimum deposit of $500 required
  • Funds must originate from a financial institution other than Pathways

This promotion won’t last long so call 614-416-7588 or stop by one of our branches and take advantage of our CD special today!

*Earn 4.00% APY when you open a new 20-month certificate. $500 minimum deposit of funds from another financial institution outside of Pathways Financial Credit Union are required to open the certificate and earn the stated APY. Certificate will automatically renew into a 24-month certificate at the time of maturity and earn the stated APY for a 2424-month certificate at that time. Rates are valid from 11.1.22 through 12.31.22 and are subject to change or cancellation at any time without prior notice. APY equals Annual Percentage Yield. APY is an annualized rate that reflects estimated dividend earnings based on the dividend rate and frequency of compounding. Fees or other conditions may reduce your earnings. The dividend rate and Annual Percentage Yield is fixed for the term of the certificate. We will impose a penalty if you withdraw any of the principal funds before the maturity date. For terms to maturity of less than 36 months, the penalty imposed will be an amount equal to 180 days’ dividends, and for terms equal to or greater than 36 months, the penalty imposed with be an amount equal to 365 days’ dividends. In order to earn the stated APY, you must allow your earnings to be added to your certificate balance. Withdrawal of your monthly earnings will not allow you to earn the stated APY. Accounts insured up to $500,000 through a combination of federal deposit insurance provided by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) for up to $250,000, and private deposit insurance provided by Excess Share Insurance (ESI) for up to an additional $250,000.