Savings Income Calculator
How much income might be generated by a savings plan?Use this calculator to see how a consistent savings plan, utilizing compound interest, could provide additional income.
High Interest Savings
Earn 4.00% APY* on balances up to $1,500 each month.Learn More
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* High Interest Savings. First Tier: 3.92% – 4.00% APY from $1.00 – $1,500, if First Tier qualifications are met. Second Tier: 0.025% APY on $1,500.01 or more, and on balance if First Tier qualifications are not met. The account requires a $1 minimum opening deposit. The Annual Percentage Yield (APY) shown is effective as of 03/01/2021, unless otherwise noted. Rates are variable and may change without notice after the account is opened. Fees could reduce earnings on this account. Balances up to $1,500 will earn first tier APY when ‘Qualifications for cash back’. Each statement period that Qualifications are met after the account opened, the first tier APY will be applied to the next statement period. Due to compounding, interest earned may push balances into next rate tier, causing an APY change. Please see rate page for range. If Qualifications not met, the first tier APY will discontinue and will revert to the credit union’s base rate for Savings accounts until ‘Qualifications for cash back’ are reestablished. Balances of $1,500.01 or more will earn the credit union’s current applicable base rate for Savings accounts. Limit one High Interest Savings account per member. Business, IRA, and Minor accounts not eligible for this product. Qualifications for cash back: The membership account number tied to the High Interest Savings account must complete the following: Enrolled in eStatements; Monthly direct deposit of at least $250 posted to one deposit-suffix; 15 posted point-of-sale debit card transactions per month to a single checking-suffix; OR Enrolled in eStatements; 25 posted point-of-sale debit card transactions per month to a single checking-suffix. Transactions exclude refunds, credits, fees, pre-authorizations and ATM transactions.