CD of Less Than One Year Account Disclosure

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This disclosure describes the terms and features of the Term Deposit Account you have selected. Please refer to our Consumer Banking Services Agreement and our current Fee Schedule for additional information of importance to you.

In this disclosure, the words "you" and "your" refer to the consumer who maintains the deposit account with the Bank. The words "we" and "us" refer to Salem Five Cents Savings Bank.

If you have any questions about information provided here, please allow a bank representative to answer them for you.

Renewal Policy for All Term Deposit Accounts: Your account will automatically renew at maturity unless we are otherwise instructed by you or unless you are otherwise notified by us.

For Term Deposit Accounts with terms greater than 31 days, notification will be sent to you in writing prior to the maturity date of your account. You will have a grace period of 10 calendar days after maturity to renew the account, withdraw the funds, or transfer the funds to another account without penalty. Interest will not be paid on the account during the grace period unless it is renewed as of the maturity date.

If you do not instruct us in writing as to how to handle your account on or prior to the maturity date, we will renew the account based on the renewal schedule noted below. Please note, that "Special Term" accounts renew into regular standard term accounts. The interest rate will be the interest rate we offer on Term Deposit Accounts of similar terms and amounts on the maturity date.

Existing Term        |       Term Upon Renewal

91-181 Day CD                 91 - day CD

182-364 day CD               182 - day CD

Interest Rate Information

The Interest rate on your 3 Mo. (91-181) Day CD is 0.05% with an Annual Percentage Yield of 0.05%. You will be paid this rate until the maturity date of the account.

The Interest rate on your 6 Mo. (182-364) Day CD is 4.50% with an Annual Percentage Yield of 4.50%. You will be paid this rate until the maturity date of the account.

The maturity date is the last day of your CD's term based on the date your account is opened. If your account matures on a Sunday or a Bank holiday, funds will be available on the next business day.

Compounding and Crediting: Interest on your account is not compounded (simple interest). At your option, interest will be credited to your account at maturity or paid to you monthly.

Minimum Balance Requirements: You must deposit at least $2,500 to open and maintain this account. You must maintain a minimum balance of $2,500 in your account each day to obtain the disclosed annual percentage yield.

Balance Computation Method: We use the daily balance method to calculate the interest on your account. This method applies a daily periodic rate to the principal in the account each day. We calculate interest from the day of your deposit until, but not including, the day of your withdrawal.

Accrual of Interest on Deposits: Interest begins to accrue no later than the business day we receive credit for the deposit of non-cash items (for example, checks). If your new account is not funded within 10 business days from the date your account application is approved, we may close your account.

Transaction Limitations: After your account is opened, you may not make deposits into or withdrawals of principal from the account until the maturity date.

Early Withdrawal Penalty:  When you open a Term Deposit Account, you agree to keep your funds on deposit until the maturity date.  You may make withdrawals of principal from your account before maturity only if we agree at the time you request the withdrawal.  If you withdraw principal before the maturity date, a penalty equal to 2% of the principal balance withdrawn will be charged to your account. 

If the amount of the penalty exceeds the amount of earned interest that has not already been paid to you, we may have to deduct some of the penalty from your principal.

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