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Community First Credit Union Term Deposits

Community First Credit Union was originally formed for the Salaried Officers of the metropolitan Water, Sewerage and Drainage Board (Sydney Water) in 1959. In later years they Community First expanded their membership base to all employees of the organisation and later branched out their operations to Penrith, Liverpool, St Marys, Bankstown and Eagle Vale. Today Community First ranks as the 9th largest credit union in New South Wales and remains the largest community based credit union throughout the Sydney and Central Coast region.

Community First Credit Union term deposit interest calculator

Thinking about taking out a term deposit with Community First Credit Union? Use our term deposit calculator to see how much you can earn under different investment scenarios. You can also see how Community First Credit Union term deposits compare with other options.

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If you have found yourself in sudden need of funds, you may be wondering how to break your term deposit and access your savings.

If you need to break your term deposit, your first step should be to check the terms and conditions with your bank or provider. Many banks now require 31 days’ notice before you can access the funds in your term deposit, so in many cases you should first notify your bank that you will be breaking the term.

Once you have notified the bank and know when you will have access to your funds, you will then be liable to pay a breakage fee. Check with your provider to see how much this fee will be. You may also need to sacrifice a percentage of your interest as a penalty for breaking the term early.

Once you know when you will have access to your funds, and how much you will need to pay to do so, you are in a good position to decide whether you want to break your term deposit.

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