Savings Options


 

Find a savings option that’s right for you!


CRCU offers a wide range of federally-insured savings products with competitive rates to help our members reach their financial goals. Whether saving for retirement, college tuition or a dream vacation, we offer a variety of accounts to meet your needs. 

 
 
 
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Regular Savings

Just $5 gets you started. We offer competitive rates with no monthly service fee! Open yours today!

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Certificate of Deposits
With opening balances as low as $100, terms from 3 to 60 months, and generally higher rates than our regular savings accounts, you’ll reach your goals even faster.

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Freedom Money Market
CRCU money market savings accounts give you a higher-yield alternative for savings with a minimum deposit of $500. Money Market accounts give you freedom to access your money when you need it!

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Sprout Youth Savings

Teach your child or grandchild the value of saving, and watch their balance sprout up while they do!

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Health Savings Accounts (HSA)

Discover the extra benefits of a Health Savings Account by setting aside money for future medical expenses.

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Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs)

Now’s the time to plan for what’s ahead. CRCU can support the long-term plan that’s best for you & your family.

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Christmas Club

Have all your holiday spending money saved just in time for the season with regular deposits throughout the year!

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We Are Here to Help!

For personal help with setting up any of your accounts, drop by your neighborhood CRCU branch or give us a call at (800) 238-3228.

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