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Open a second account

When you become a member, you automatically open a Membership Savings with a deposit of at least $10. That minimum balance requirement is your share in the credit union.

In addition to the Membership Savings, you can open another one at the same time. Add a checking, other savings, money market, or certificate account below.

Superior Market Account

The very best rate of all our money markets, and no minimum balance! Because you deserve flexibility.

  • No minimum balance and no minimum balance fee
  • Must meet requirements to earn higher dividend rate2
Capitol Money Market Account

Earn dividends on balances of at least $2,000; and your rate increases for balances over $5,000.

  • $2,000 minimum balance to earn dividends
  • Rate increase for balances above $5,000
  • Not subject to a monthly minimum balance fee
A+ Market Account

The A+ Money Market offers you a higher dividend rate than what you get with the Capitol.

  • $10,000 to earn dividends
  • Subject to a minimum balance fee3
Nova Money Market Account

Of our 3 money markets without monthly requirements, the Nova earns the highest dividends.

  • $25,000 minimum balance to earn dividends
  • Subject to a minimum balance fee3
Good to Know
1. APY = Annual Percentage Yield. The dividend rate for balances over $25,000 is 0.150% APY. Rates effective 1/1/2021 and can change at any time without notice. Fees may reduce the earnings on these accounts and are subject to change at any time. Dividends are compounded monthly.
2. To earn the higher dividend rate for this account, you must have direct deposit of $500 minimum each month (payroll, Social Security or unemployment) to any Affinity Plus checking, savings or money market account and be enrolled in digital statements. If you don't meet these requirements for a month, you'll receive a rate of 0.100% for that month. One Superior Money Market per membership.
3. The A+ Money Market and Nova Money Market are subject to a minimum balance fee if the balance falls below the minimum balance.

Important Information & Disclosures
Service Fees: A simple explanation of exactly what you can be charged and when.
Truth-in-Savings Disclosure: The rates, terms and limitations that apply to your account.