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Money Market Accounts

You don’t
have to be
in the 1%
to earn 3%

Start earning
3.00% APY1 on your
savings today with
our Money Market
Select Account.

You earn… On your balance of:
3.00% APY $1 – $2,000
2.00% APY $2,000.01 – $5,000
1.00% APY $5,000.01 – $10,000
0.50% APY $10,000.01 – $50,000
0.25% APY $50,000.01 – $100,000
0.20% APY $100,000.01 – $9,999,999

Each tier of your total balance adds up to a blended Annual Percentage Yield (APY). For example:

  • A $5,000 deposit will earn a blended APY of 2.40%
  • A $10,000 deposit will earn a blended APY of 1.70%
  • A $25,000 deposit will earn a blended APY of 0.98%

Money Market Select Account

  • Federally-insured, liquid savings
  • No fees
  • No minimum balance
  • Dividends paid monthly
  • Free checks
  • Up to six withdrawals or transfers
    per month2

Also available as a Money Market Select
IRA Account3.

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  1. APY=Annual Percentage Yield. Rates are valid as of 04/20/2018 and are subject to change after account opening without notice. Interest is paid at tier rates on balances within each tier. Total interest paid is the sum from each tier. “Blended APY” shown assumes the amount entered is held in the account for one year. Withdrawing funds before one year will result in a different realized rate. No minimum deposit required to open an account. Limit one Money Market Select Account and Money Market Select IRA Account per account number.
  2. The maximum number of checks that may clear is three (3) in any calendar month period. Certain withdrawal limits apply to Money Market Accounts and contributions to and withdrawals from the Money Market Select IRA Account are subject to IRS limitations, be sure to view the Member Handbook and the Money Market Select Handbook Addendum for details.
  3. Consult a tax advisor about IRA tax advantages.
  4. This calculator is for illustrative purposes only and does not reflect the actual results of any specific deposit amount.