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How Much Will My Certificate Be Worth at Maturity?
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Does your investment portfolio include a certificate account? (Credit unions usually call these "Share Certificates" and banks usually call these “CDs”). Find out how much they will be worth at maturity.

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Based on the terms of the Certificate, you will earn $0 in dividends/interest and have a total value of $0 at the end of the term.

Certificate Overview

Value at Maturity: $0
Annual Yield: $0
Avg. Monthly Dividends/Interest: $0
Total Dividends/Interest: $0
Tax Owed: $0
After Tax Interest: $0

When adjusted for inflation of 0%, $0 is worth $0 in 0 months.

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Department of Labor Federal Credit Union

Serving employees and contractors who work for the Department of Labor, their families and associated organizations. See website for details.

200 Constitution Ave
Rm S-3220
Washington, DC 20210-0001
(202) 789-2901
www.dolfcu.org

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