A Washington, D.C., credit union is paying in scholarships itsmembers who invest in CDs.

The $81 million TEFCU said it created the FUSE (Funding UrStudent's Education) CD as a way for parents and other relatives orguardians to also invest in the future of young people.

Instead of fully funding the CD from the outset, contributionscan be made weekly, bi-weekly or monthly, and the 16,000-memberTEFCU said $365,000 had been committed by the end of August.

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