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3 Month CD

2.15 % APY* Disclosure

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Only $10,000 to Open.

 

6 Month CD

2.49 % APY* Disclosure

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Only $10,000 to Open.  

 

12 Month CD

2.80 % APY* Disclosure

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Only $10,000 to Open.

 

18 Month CD

2.95 % APY* Disclosure

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Only $10,000 to Open.

 

24 Month CD

3.05 % APY* Disclosure

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Only $10,000 to Open.

 

48 Month CD

3.35 % APY* Disclosure

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Only $10,000 to Open.

 

60 Month CD

3.60 % APY* Disclosure

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Only $10,000 to Open.

 

Popular Direct Plus Savings

2.36 % APY* Disclosure

Only $5,000 to Open.

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36 Month CD

3.30 % APY* Disclosure

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Only $10,000 to Open.

 

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Enter your personal information. We’ll need a few details such as your name, address, social security number (or tax ID), driver’s license or state ID.
2
Make your first deposit. You can fund your new Popular Direct account from either an existing Popular Direct account you own or from an account you own at a different US bank.
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Once your application is approved and completed, you may enroll in mobile and online banking. You will also receive your Welcome Package at your mailing address.

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Better Money Habits and How to Achieve Them

If your parents didn’t teach you good financial habits, you may feel at a loss when you enter adulthood and have to start taking responsibility for your own money. Luckily, you can break free of the bad financial habits that you learned at a young age. It will take practice, but it’s something that practically anyone can accomplish. Start by focusing on these three better money habits. Over time, they’ll start to feel like second nature.

What is a CD Account and Do I Need One?

Certificates of Deposit (CDs) are a good option for savers who want to invest a portion of their nest egg in relative safety for a set amount of time. CDs are often lumped in with deposit accounts and similar savings vehicles, but they can play a much more significant role in your financial strategy.

5 Ways to Spread Cheer and Stretch Your Budget This Holiday Season1

The holidays can be expensive and frustrating if you’re battling crowds in a rush for last-minute gifts. Sticking to a budget, shopping early, and giving the gift of your time and expertise can help you save money and enjoy your holidays.