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The best time to Save money
is every time you get money.

We can help you make automatic payments from your paycheck into a savings or retirement account, so you can really get growing. So let's talk about getting started, together.

     

Primary Savings Account

With a Primary Savings account, you can take your money out whenever you want.

  • All it takes to open an account is a $5 deposit
  • You’re eligible to earn dividends with a balance of $25 or more
  • Enjoy access to your money whenever you want
  • There are no monthly fees or minimum balance charges

 


Secondary Savings Account

Saving up for something specific like a car, vacation or home? Set up a special savings account. It will be easier to set the money aside - and easier to avoid the temptation of dipping into your savings for day-to-day expenses. 

  • All it takes to open an account is a $5 deposit
  • You’re eligible to earn dividends with a balance of $25 or more
  • Enjoy access to your money whenever you want
  • There are no monthly fees or minimum balance charges

 


GOSave Account

Have a little more money to tuck away - and want an incentive to make regular deposits? A Summit GoSave account may be a great fit for you:

  • Earn higher interest than with most regular savings accounts
  • Access your money with one free withdrawal a month
  • Open an account with just $100 and make at least one electronic deposit a month

 


Holiday Savings Account

Tuck away a little money each month and you’ll be all set when it’s time to for a special occasion - like a birthday or wedding.

  • All it takes to open a savings account is a $5 deposit
  • You’re eligible to earn dividends with a balance of $25 or more
  • There are no monthly fees or minimum balance charges
  • Enjoy access to your money whenever you want

 


Health Savings Account

Looking for a better way to manage your healthcare costs? Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) are a tax-free tool to help pay today’s expenses and save for tomorrow.

  • Contributions are tax-deductible or pre-tax (with payroll deduction)
  • Interest earned and withdrawals are tax-free
  • Account balance can roll over from one year to the next with no “use it or lose it” penalty
  • HSAs belong to you – and stay with you if you switch employers or retire

 

SAVINGS ACCOUNT
Rates Effective July 11, 2020
Open An Account
Type and Term Minimum Balance to Earn APY1 Dividend Rate Annual Percentage Yield
Savings2 $25 0.05% 0.05%
2nd Savings $25 0.05% 0.05%
Holiday Savings $25 0.05% 0.05%
GOSAVE ACCOUNT
Rates Effective July 11, 2020
Open An Account
Minimum Balance to Earn APY Dividend Rate ANNUAL PERCENTAGE YIELD
$10,000 0.05% 0.05%
$1,000 0.10% 0.10%
$25 0.10% 0.10%
HEALTH SAVINGS ACCOUNT
Rates Effective July 11, 2020
Open An Account
Minimum Balance to Earn APY Dividend Rate ANNUAL PERCENTAGE YIELD
$0 0.20% 0.20%
$2,500 0.25% 0.25%
$5,000 0.30% 0.30%
$10,000 0.35% 0.35%
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