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August 18, 1978 - Image 3

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-08-18

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THE DETROIT MESH NEWS

Friday, digest 18, 1918 3

While you're
considering
your savings plans,
consider ours.

1
Y
5
14
ERCENT
7

4

PERCENT

REGULAR
PASSBOOK



INTEREST COMPOUNDED AND PAID QUARTERLY

3 MONTH
PASSBOOK
CERTIFICATE.
$500 MINIMUM

INTEREST COMPOUNDED AND PAID QUARTERLY

2

PERCENT

PERCENT

4 YEAR
CERTIFICATE
$1000
MINIMUM

CERTIFICATE
$1000
MINIMUM

INTEREST COMPOUNDED AND PAID QUARTERLY

american
federal
savings

because a bank
isn't enough.

INTEREST COMPOUNDED AND PAID QUARTERLY

PERCENT

1 YEAR
CERTIFICATE
$1000
MINIMUM

INTEREST COMPOUNDED AND PAID QUARTERLY

R R ENT
6 PEEAC

CERTIFICATE
$1000
MINIMUM

INTEREST COMPOUNDED AND PAID QUARTERLY

Plus these exciting new, high interest accounts:
• American Super-8 Certificate Account. 8% for 8 years. $1,000
minimum. Effective annual yield 8.24%. Paid and compounded
quarterly.
• T+ Certificates pay up to 1/4 of 1% more than the average
discount rate for 26 week Treasury bills on minimum deposits
of $10,000. 26 weeks (6 months). Interest paid at maturity.
• 8% IRA/Keogh 3 Year Certificate. $500 minimum. Interest paid
and compounded quarterly for 8.24% annual yield.
Every one offers a better interest rate than you could get at a
bank! Compare and see. That's why, when it comes to savings,
a bank isn't enough!

■.■

Federal regulations require substantial penalties for early withdrawal from certificate accounts.

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