Savings accounts are ideal if you need quick and easy access to manage your savings account. It can also be used for overdraft protection when tied to your Public Service Credit Union checking account. We offer all kinds of solutions for your needs, including fee-free kids accounts!
Holiday and Vacation Club Accounts are ideal if you want to stop worrying about having enough money to buy gifts for friends and family or go on vacation and are tired of using high-interest credit cards. Save a little every month and use it when you're ready!
Individual Retirement Accounts are ideal when you want to save for retirement. There are three types of IRAs—Traditional, Roth, and Rollover—each with different tax saving advantages.
Certificates of Deposit are ideal if you are looking for a way to safely invest as little as $25 for a minimum of 6 months and want a guaranteed rate of return on your investment
Money Market Accounts are ideal if you can maintain a minimum monthly account balance of $2,500 and you want to earn more interest than what a regular savings account offers.
Round Up Savings
You can choose to opt into our new Round Up program by following this link. Once you sign up, every debit card purchase will be automatically rounded up to the nearest dollar, five dollars or ten dollars (depending on your preference). That change will then be deposited into a savings club account just for you.)
Savings Account Types
With any PSCU savings accounts, you can have quick and easy access to save and manage your funds.
With a PSCU Club savings account, you can save for the holidays, vacations, or life events throughout the year.
With a PSCU Retirement savings account allows you to plan your retirement by contributing to an account of your choice.
Certificate of Deposit (CD)
With a PSCU Certificate of Deposit account, you can save and earn money by locking funds in with a fixed maturity date at a higher fixed interest rate.
Money Market Account
With a PSCU Money Market account, you can save and earn higher dividends based on the amount of money being held in the account without locking funds.