Savings Account Types

Bills sticking out of the back pocket of a pair of jeans

Waaaaaay better than a back pocket.

Tuck away your money in a savings account that’ll make you as happy as fitting into your skinny jeans. Our savings accounts offer built-in ways to save, freebies, and dividends. (Hey, that’s money back in your pocket!)

Choose the account that suits you, and when you’re ready to apply, be sure to have these items on hand. If you need some help to figure out which account will work best for you, let us know and we’ll be happy to help! (Knowing our rates maaaaay be important.)

Membership Savings

Opening a basic savings account establishes your membership in the credit union. In order to maintain your membership, you’ll need to keep a minimum of $5 deposited in the account. (And just like that, you’re part owner of a financial institution!)

You’re required to have one account with a least $5 in it, but you can always add more savings accounts (like the ones below) to fit your needs.

Money Market

For higher-yield savings that are readily available for withdrawals without penalty, open a money market account with a minimum of $1,000. We have two different money market accounts to choose from: our regular money market account and our high-yield money market. Interest is tiered at different levels for each account.

Health Savings Account (HSA)

A Health Savings Account (HSA) is a tax-exempt account where you can put money for medical expenses for you, your spouse and your dependents. These funds can be used to pay for or reimburse you for qualified medical expenses.

Prime Time

For our members 50 years of age or better who maintain at least one of the following relationships:

  • Keep savings balances of over $5,000 on deposit at Linn Area Credit Union
  • Have retirement income directly deposited to the credit union
  • Have a paycheck or income directly deposited

Prime Time members receive the following FREE money-saving benefits:

  • Two free boxes of standard checks each calendar year (After that, they’re half price.)
  • Free cashier’s checks
  • Free photocopies (limit 3 per day)

Christmas Club

Save for the holidays year-round with this account.

  • No minimum balance required.
  • The Christmas Club runs from November 1 to October 31 each year.
  • Christmas Club balances will automatically be transferred to your savings account in early November each year.
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