What's the reason you're saving? Whether it's a vacation, wedding, baby or a rainy day, a savings account at GreenState is a safe place to store your money. Dividends are paid monthly, and you can easily transfer funds to or from your GreenState or external bank account.
To open a new savings account or add additional accounts to your existing membership, you can stop by any branch location, give us a call at (800) 475-6728, or:
The GreenState Credit Union Kids Club is an educational, fun club designed to teach kids 10 and under about the value of saving money.
To sign up, give us a call at 1-800-397-3790 or stop by any GreenState office!
Did you know you can open more than one savings account with your GreenState membership? Separate savings accounts can help bring your goals into focus when you give each account a name in online banking:
Example of named savings account in GreenState online banking.
Automate your good savings habit in just minutes with a recurring funds transfer in online banking. Choose an amount and frequency that fits your needs and start building your savings with ease. Learn how to setup an a recurring transfer in online banking and put your savings on autopilot today.
Minimum deposit of $500 required. Penalty for early withdrawal. Rates, terms and accounts are for members only.
Green Accounts can be opened with New Money or with funds from maturing GreenState Credit Union Certificates. Variable rate subject to change at any time after account opening. Fees may reduce earnings on the account.
Compared to the national average on money market accounts of 0.07%. Source: Bankrante.com weekly survey of institutions as of 2/10/2022
† If you find a better advertised yield on a Certificate or IRA at a financial institution based in the counties we serve, GreenState will beat it. Guarantee available for a limited time only. Applies only to Certificates or IRAs with comparable terms and conditions. Does not apply in those cases where the credit union does not offer a comparable product. Not available to public organizations or other financial institutions. Maximums apply.