saving

Saving derives from "to save" which means to defer from spending; to keep for a later time. Opening a reasonable saving acount can help us achieve our financial goals and assure a long term finacial reaponsibility.

 

Everence offers a variety of saving options to its customers.  The following is a glance at what we found on Everence’s website:

“Savings accounts As a member of Everence Federal Credit Union, you have a variety of savings options available: regular, club, certificates, money market and IRAs. Certificates Certificates are available in maturities from three to 60 months with minimum balances of $500-$100,000. Dividends are compounded quarterly. (Penalties apply for early withdrawal.)

Club accounts Do you need help saving money? Opening a club account with us may be just what you need to get you started on your path to a new vehicle, the vacation you’ve dreamed of, or managing your Christmas purchases in advance. To help you save for gift-buying season, for example, try a Christmas club account … deposits become available every October.

Other club accounts can be set up and customized to help you meet any savings goal. Setting aside even a small amount regularly can help you reach your financial goals over the long term. Here are some examples: • $5/week=$260 in a year • $10/week=$520 • $15/week=$780 • $20/week=$1,040 • $25/week=$1,300 And to make saving even easier, you can sign up for payroll deductions or automatic transfers into your club accounts. Ready to get started? Call us today to take the first step toward reaching your goals.”


RESOURCES:

www.Everence.com

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