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Smarter Short-Term Investing

From the stock market to real estate, smart investors keep their eye on long-term outcomes. But they also know the value in taking short-term earnings, too. For a limited time, we're offering high-yield CDs designed to help savvy investors navigate an uncertain marketplace. Let Amplify help you bridge the gap between today and a brighter future.

  • Open an Account

    Amplify's mobile-first application makes it easy to get started. And remember, our banking accounts will always be fee-free.

  • Pick Your Term

    There are no hidden fees or two-tiered rate structures, which means you're always getting our best interest rate for your hard-earned dollars.

  • Transfer Your Funds

    Easily move funds to your certificate of deposit from an existing Amplify account or from an external financial services provider.

  • Grow Your Investment

    Spend your two- or three-year terms watching the interest on your account grow as you plan your next financial move.


In times like this, there's something to be said for a sure thing. If you're new to certificates of deposit, learn more about how they work and why Business Insider names them one of the best ways to create a recession-proof passive income stream.

  • What is a certificate of deposit?

  • Can I add funds to an open CD?

  • Do CDs fall under fee-free banking?

  • Is there a maximum balance for CDs?

Start Earning Today

If you're ready to explore your passive income potential, then use the link below to open a high-yield certificate of deposit with Amplify Credit Union.

Open a CD

* Annual Percentage Yield (APY) is effective 07/19/2022 and may change at anytime. Early withdrawal on certificates of deposit could result in a substantial penalty. Minimum balance of $500 required to obtain the advertised APY.

Insured by NCUA. Membership required.

Please refer to the Certificate Account Rate Disclosure for further information relating to the above products. Fees assessed on accounts could reduce earnings on those accounts.

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