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Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs)

A smart foundation for any retirement strategy.


Getting Started

You might not know the difference between a Roth IRA and a traditional IRA, or a certificate IRA and a money market IRA, but we have the information and guidance you need to make the choice that is right for you.

Our IRA Center is the perfect place to start learning about planning for retirement, IRA types, investment tips and more.


Money Market IRA Rates

Traditional or Roth IRA
Minimum to Earn APY[3] APY[3]
$250,000 0.40%
$100,000 0.40%
$100 0.40%

Certificate IRA Rates

Rates include an Active Rewards rate enhancement of 0.10%.

Traditional or Roth IRA
Term APY [1]
12 Month 2.50% [2]
16 Month 4.00% [2][4]
18 Month 2.30% [2]
24 Month 2.30% [2]
30 Month 3.20% [2]
36 Month 2.36% [2]
48 Month 2.36% [2]
60 Month 3.20% [2]
[1] Annual Percentage Yield (APY). This APY is subject to change weekly, and is fixed for the term of the certificate.
[2] Traditional or Roth IRA: Minumum to open $500. A penalty may be imposed for early withdrawal from certificates.
[3] Money Market IRA: Minimum to open $100. The APY is subject to change monthly.
[4] Annual Percentage Yield of 4.00% for a 16-Month Certificate. The minimum balance to open the certificate is $500.00 No maximum deposit. Includes IRA Certificates. The minimum to open the IRA certificate is $500.00. No maximum deposit. Not eligible for Active Rewards rate enhancement and cannot be combined with any other promotional offer. Dividends compound monthly. Penalty for early withdrawal. Limited time offer. Some restrictions apply. Fees may reduce earnings on the account. New money is defined as funds not currently on deposit with Langley Federal Credit Union. Rate subject to change. Insured by NCUA.

Langley Rates effective as of September 15, 2022.