Standard Money Market

A smart way to make your savings work for you.

Earn additional dividends without taking on any risk

Earn 1.00% APY*

Here’s how a Money Market Account could help you bank better:

  • Earn 0.25% APY on all deposited funds when you open your account.
  • No minimum length of time you must keep your Money Market Account open, and no fees for early withdrawal
  • Transfer funds into and out of your Money Market account with the touch of a button right through Online Banking and Mobile Banking

Better Money Market for a Better Living

  • This Standard Money Market is eligible for an annual Loyalty Bonus payout
  • Easy access to your savings, with six electronic withdrawals permitted each month
  • Build up your savings and improve your overall financial well-being

Safety and Security

  • Your account is backed by the federal government up to $250,000
  • Rates are higher than regular checking or savings accounts
Security Commitment
Security Commitment
Protect yourself from fraud and identity theft.

Frequently Asked Questions

No. Checking accounts can be opened for $0, but new members have to also open up a savings account with a minimum opening balance of $25.
Deposits are insured by National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) up to $250,000.
Yes.  The minimum deposit needed to open an account is as low as $100.
You can fund your new account by transferring money from an existing Coastal or non-Coastal account or by check at a branch location convenient to you.
To qualify for the highest rate, you must make at least 30 transactions with your linked Go Green Checking debit card.

* APY means Annual Percentage Yield. APY is accurate as of the last dividend declaration date. Money Market rates are subject to change daily and after account is opened. $100 needed to open an account. All member deposits are insured up to $250,000 (funds in IRA accounts are eligible for separate insurance protection up to $250,000 by the National Credit Union Administration, an agency of the United States
Government.) Dividends are based on the Credit Union’s earnings at the end of a dividend period and thus cannot be guaranteed. Fees may reduce earnings on account.

 

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