Standard Money Market

A smart way to make your savings work for you.

Earn additional dividends without taking on any risk

Earn .25% 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

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. 

Dividends are calculated on the average daily balance and are compounded and credited monthly. Tiered Dividend Rate based on balance and number of debit card transactions.

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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