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The Investor Plus Account

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Save more, earn more

  • $10,000 min. deposit to open 
  • Highest tiered dividends 
  • Up to three withdrawals per month, penalty-free

Savings Rate Comparison Accurate as of, Tuesday, February 7, 2023

Savings Rate and Fee Schedule
Dividend Rate Annual Percentage Yield Minimum Opening Balance Minimum Required Balance
Membership Savings Account/Simple Savings Account
$0 - $499.99 Dividend Rate0.10 % APY0.10 % Minimum Opening Balance$5 Minimum Required Balance$5
$500 - $2,499.99 Dividend Rate0.15 % APY0.15 % Minimum Opening Balance$5 Minimum Required Balance$5
$2,500 - $9,999.99 Dividend Rate0.30 % APY0.30 % Minimum Opening Balance$5 Minimum Required Balance$5
$10,000 + Dividend Rate0.50 % APY0.50 % Minimum Opening Balance$5 Minimum Required Balance$5
Savings for children 12 and under
Youth Savings Dividend Rate0.50 % APY0.50 % Minimum Opening Balance$5 Minimum Required Balance$5
Investor Plus Account
$0 - $9,999.99 Dividend Rate0.00 % APY0.00 % Minimum Opening Balance$10,000 Minimum Required Balance$10,000
$10,000 - $49,999.99 Dividend Rate0.80 % APY0.80 % Minimum Opening Balance$10,000 Minimum Required Balance$10,000
$50,000 - $249,999 Dividend Rate1.24 % APY1.25 % Minimum Opening Balance$10,000 Minimum Required Balance$10,000
$250,000 + Dividend Rate1.49 % APY1.50 % Minimum Opening Balance$10,000 Minimum Required Balance$10,000
Money Market
$0-$999.99 Dividend Rate0.05 % APY0.05 % Minimum Opening Balance$1,000 Minimum Required BalanceNone
$1,000 + Dividend Rate1.00 % APY1.00 % Minimum Opening Balance$1,000 Minimum Required BalanceNone

Maintenance and activity fees may apply could reduce earnings.

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