Opening a savings account is your first step to building a strong financial future.
An individual becomes a member of the credit union by opening a savings account. When you open your account with a minimum opening balance of only $5.00, you become a shareholder of the credit union. This ownership entitles you to take advantage of the other products and services the Credit Union provides. You can begin earning dividends on your savings account when your account balance reaches $100.00.
Get rewarded to use your Kasasa Saver account with a free account that builds your savings effortlessly.
Kasasa Saver rewards you with a higher dividend when you meet the minimum qualifications associated with your Kasasa Cash or Kasasa Cash Back Checking Account during each monthly qualification cycle. Qualifying for your Kasasa Cash or Kasasa Cash Back rewards automatically qualifies you for the highest Kasasa Saver rate, too. Enrollments must be in place and all of the following transactions and activities post and settle to your Kasasa Cash or Kasasa Cash Back account during each Monthly Qualification Cycle:
- At least 10 signature based debit card purchases $5.00 or over.
- Set up one direct deposit (Kasasa Cash Back)
- Set up direct deposit or authorize one automatic payment from your account (Kasasa Cash)
- Be enrolled and agree to receive estatements
Whether it’s a long overdue vacation or holiday shopping money, our club accounts are the way to go. It’s easy to accomplish with payroll deduction.
Have you ever gotten to December and realized that Christmas was less than a month away and you hadn’t even started to shop for Christmas? Don’t waste your entire paycheck or max out the credit cards this year. We offer a holiday club account that helps you save for the holiday shopping season. Accounts mature on November 1st, and funds transfer to a savings account in time for the holidays. In addition, dividends earned on balances of $200 or more.
Planning a vacation? The last thing you want to do while on vacation is fret about how you’re going to pay when the bills come due! The first two steps toward making a vacation affordable are to save for it — months before you go — and determine how much to spend. Socking away the money before you leave means less financial pain when you return. As a bonus, planning and saving for a vacation can get you in the habit of living on a realistic budget. We offer Priority Trust Credit Union members a special savings account just for vacations. You can make two withdrawals per year and even earn dividends on balances of $200 or more.
*$5 minimum deposit (with payroll deduction)
*Dividends compounded, paid monthly