Share Savings Accounts

Choose from our selection of Share Savings Accounts to find the right product for your situation.

  • Open new and secondary savings accounts from any Internet-enabled device
  • Accounts earn interest compounded daily. Interest will be paid monthly and deposited into your account at the end of each month
  • Accounts are Federally Insured.  Your savings are insured to at least $250,000 by the National Credit Union Administration


Primary Share Savings Account

  • Open this account to become a member and eligible for other products and services
  • A minimum balance of $5.00 is required for membership in the credit union

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Secondary Share Savings Account

  • Open multiple secondary saving accounts after the required primary savings account
  • Add these accounts online through your personal E-access account
  • Add account nicknames (school, taxes, vacation, etc.) to help you identify your accounts

Enroll in E-access today

E-Share Account

  • No limit on the number of electronic transactions
  • Suggested for members who plan to make more than 6 electronic transfers per month Transaction Limits


Minor Share Savings Account:

  • Savings accounts for your dependent children
  • The Young Savers Program—designed to help children establish savings plans early in life. The Credit Union will fund the initial $5 share deposit when you open an account for a child up to the age of 12 months


Trust Account

  • Accounts when a person (trustee) holds property for the benefit of another under some form of written agreement
  • A trust account may be set up to hold funds under a trust agreement if the Grantor of the trust is within the credit union’s field of membership


Special Savings Accounts

  • A variety of account ownership types are available: Individual, joint, trust, payable on death, organization, club, minor, UTMA (Uniform Transfer to Minors Act), UGMA (Uniform Gift to Minors Act), corporations, DBA (Doing Business As), etc.
  • For information regarding the types of accounts permissible in your state or the requirements to open any of these, please contact us at 1-888-521-5209, Option 6


Individual Retirement Account (IRA)

  • Roth and Traditional IRA accounts
  • Traditional IRA’s contributions may be tax-deductible depending on your tax filing status, MAGI (modified adjusted gross income) and active participation in a qualified retirement plan
  • Earnings on both Traditional and Roth IRA’s are usually tax-deferred until withdrawn; however, earnings on the Roth IRA may be withdrawn tax free and penalty free, in some circumstances. For more information please contact us at 1-888-521-5209, Option 6