Earn 4X* More than similar CDs3 with this limited time offer.

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Help grow your savings with a CD. 

Whether you’re looking to invest for a few months or a few years, a Certificate of Deposit (CD) from First United may be right for you. We offer competitive rates and investment account options to support you along your financial journey. Start a conversation with us today to learn more.

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Easy to get started

Open your account with a $500 deposit.

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Guaranteed Rate

Your rate is locked-in for the life of the CD.

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Online/Mobile Banking

Bank on your terms. Anytime, anywhere. 

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Options to invest in your future. 

We know financial well-being isn’t just about having more money. It’s about having financial peace and security and reaching for the goals that are important to you.

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Earns Interest

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A different kind of bank.

First United Bank is a financial services organization dedicated to helping you protect and make the most of your assets. But we’re a lot more than that. Banking and finance are what we do, not who we are. We invite you to discover what makes us unique.

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Spend your next chapter Wisely.  


This "Retirement Planning for Later in Life" webinar was recorded by the Financial Well-Being team at First United Bank - Jennifer Henagar, Director of Financial Well-Being, and Lisa Crawford, Financial Well-Being Specialist.


*  Compared to the current rate for a First United Bank 12-Month CD as of January 18, 2023.

1  Message and data rates may apply. Such charges include those from your communications service provider.

2  Registration/Activation Required.

3  Annual Percentage Yield (APY) is accurate as of January 18, 2023. CD rates are fixed for the initial chosen term upon opening the account. A minimum balance of $10,000 required to open the account and earn interest. At least 50% of the opening deposit amount must be “new money” to First United Bank. New money is defined as funds not deposited with First United Bank within the last 60 days. Offer not available to collateralized deposits, public funds, IRAs, or brokered deposits. Penalties may be imposed for early withdrawals. Fees may affect earnings.