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Member Share Savings

 


Here at Tallahassee Community FCU, our Member Share Savings account will give you the flexibility to control your finances. A Member Share Savings account is opened by you when you join the credit union. Your savings are called “shares” because they represent shares of ownership. You earn “interest” on your savings as dividends, much like you would earn on stock ownership. Our member-owners earn higher dividends as our credit union membership grows.

We also pass on member ownership advantages in terms of lower interest rates and fees than what you may experience at a typical bank. Becoming a member of Tallahassee Community FCU allows you the opportunity to take advantage of these benefits.*

Plus, with the convenience of over 5,500 shared branch locations and 30,000 surcharge-FREE ATMs, you have more direct access to your money than most traditional bank customers do. At Tallahassee Community FCU, we can help you achieve your financial goals more quickly and more conveniently than ever!

Stop by our main branch location and open a member share savings account today!

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*An initial deposit of $25.00 into your share account is the only thing necessary to become a member at Tallahassee Community FCU. Simply keep a balance of $25.00 to preserve your membership. On these membership accounts dividends are declared and paid quarterly and are calculated by the average daily balance method which applies a periodic rate to the average daily balance in the account for the period. To receive a dividend on your account, a $100.00 minimum balance must be maintained.

The National Credit Union Administration insures all your share accounts up to $250,000.

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