CD Rates

Minimum Opening Deposit 1,000.00
Term 12 months
Interest Rate 0.50%
Annual Percentage Yield 0.50%
Annual Percentage Yield is effective as of July 29, 2015.
Rates are subject to change. A penalty may be imposed for early withdrawal.

Vacation Planning Made Easier with SGBC

Itís summertime, school is out, and itís time to get those vacations going.  Planning and financing your vacation can be daunting, though.  Those trips to Disney World and even a week on the beach can cost more than you might have set aside, but vacation planning is made much easier with a personal loan from SGBC.  Affording a great vacation for your family can be well within your reach.  

What are the advantages to a vacation loan?

·         You can avoid high interest credit card payments.  Unlike credit cards - where rates are high and can get higher at a momentís notice - an SGBC vacation loan offers fixed rates and payments.  Your rate will stay the same until your loan is paid off.

·         Itís an easy process!  Come by any of our seven branches and speak to a loan specialist - we can have you set up and on your way in no time. 

·         Fast approval.  SGBCís loan application process is simple - apply today, and you could be planning your dream vacation within days. Financing is available to qualified borrowers -- subject to loan underwriting criteria.

Vacation time is quality time for you and your family.  SGBC wants to help you make memories this summer!  Give us a call or stop by today.

During the summer of 2012, Melba Brown, credit analyst at our Ashburn Branch, volunteered on behalf of SGBC in the Food For Thought program organized by Turner County Connection, which includes Communities in Schools of Turner County, Tiftarea YMCA and Turner County Board of Education. Turner County currently has 83% of its students who benefit from the free and reduced lunch program and still need to receive  meals over the summer break. The Food for Thought program is a community partnership with the goal of feeding and enhancing the education of children in Turner County. As part of her volunteering, Melba taught financial basics to the kids in an interactive, simple way. Through fun games, she explained spending, saving and how to make your money grow.  

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