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Share Savings Accounts
Savings account options built to help you grow your money.
Ascent Savings Account
Watch your money grow and celebrate what you have earned. As you make purchases with your Aventa VISA® Debit Card, you can save with every purchase.
Money Market Savings Account
A great savings option for keeping your money accessible when needed, while earning greater dividends.
Certificates and IRA Accounts
Invest in your future with Certificate of Deposits (CDs).
Retirement Savings Account (IRA)
Prepare financially for the future with a balanced, long-term savings plan that will help provide safety and security for you and your family for years to come.
Health Savings Account (HSA)
When coupled with a High Deductible Health Plan (HDHP), you can minimize your own healthcare costs and gain tax advantages.
- *APY=Annual Percentage Yield. Federally Insured by the NCUA. Membership Qualifications Apply.
- *Consult a tax advisor.
- *Annual Percentage Yield. Rates subject to change. 5.12% APY is earned on amounts up to $999.99. You must enroll in Ascent Savings and have an Aventa VISA® Debit Card. See Savings Rates for other yields. Please see Ascent Savings Disclosure for terms and conditions.
- *APY = Annual Percentage Yield - initial. The initial interest rate and APY may change at any time during the CD term based on changes to the Market Index. The certificate has a floor rate of 1.00%. The dividend rate for the CD is variable, calculated as the Prime Rate, 8.50% (as of 8/21/23) minus 2.75% percent (Dividend Calculation), with an initial rate of 5.75% and an APY of 5.90%. Minimum investment of $500 and maximum of $500,000. Federally insured by NCUA. The certificate is insured for up to $250,000. Funds withdrawn from an existing certificate of deposit are ineligible for the Market Index CD. After you open the account, you may NOT withdraw the accrued dividends from the certificate (without incurring the full early withdrawal penalty) until the maturity date. Penalties may reduce earnings. A penalty, equal to 730 days of dividends, is imposed if certificate funds, including accrued dividends, are withdrawn before the maturity date. The penalty is a forfeiture of earned and scheduled dividends, based on the rate for the Market Index certificate existing when the certificate is withdrawn. If dividends are insufficient to cover the early withdrawal penalty, the remaining portion shall be deducted from the principal. Member qualifications apply. Available to individual members, business accounts, and trust accounts.