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Grow your Savings

With competitive rates paid on all account balances, easy account management and automatic transfers, we help you reach your savings goals.

Savings Accounts

Rainy Day Savings

Safeguard your budget by nipping surprise expenses in the bud. Plan ahead with a savings cushion to soften the blow of emergency expenses like auto repairs and medical bills.

  • One free withdrawal per month
  • Premium interest rates
  • Requires minimum monthly automatic deposit of $25

Beyond Savings

Make it easy to grow your savings while maintaining control over your money.

  • Unlimited in-branch withdrawals
  • Eliminate the $3 monthly service fee when you: - Complete at least one monthly direct deposit or maintain a minimum daily balance above $250
  • Fees are automatically waived for members under 21 and over age 62

Beyond Rewards Savings

Pair your Beyond Rewards Checking account with a Beyond Rewards Savings account to enjoy competitive interest rates on balances.

  • No monthly service fees
  • Premium interest rates

Open a Savings Account

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Super Savers Account

Give youth ages 12 and under the tools needed to learn financial responsibility. This account can support efforts to help a savings habit take root from an early age.

  • Premium interest rates
  • No minimum daily balance or fees

Health Savings Account

Set aside money on a pre-tax basis to pay for qualified medical expenses. Our Health Savings Account moves with you through job or insurer switches. Unused balances automatically roll over.

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