Savings Accounts

Every PSECU membership starts with a dividend-earning savings account. Your opportunities to save grow from there.

Choose Which Savings Options Work for You

A Regular savings share is the cornerstone of PSECU membership. And only $5 is required to establish and maintain it (additional savings shares have no minimum balance!)

Saving money puts you in control of your financial future. You’re putting money away now so you’ll have it when you need it for that down payment on a house, a college education for you or a special child in your life, retirement, or whatever is important to you and your family. Can money buy happiness? Conventional wisdom says no. But saving it for future goals can give you something else you can’t buy - peace of mind.

That peace of mind can be found in the form of gimmes, like a special rate for youth and free resources to help you make the most of your money. It’s also provided by one big difference that sets us apart from banks. While banks make profits for their corporate shareholders, credit unions like PSECU are not for profit and serve their members. You can feel good about saving with us because we’ve been making decisions that benefit our members for over 85 years.


0.05% APY
  • Open up to four additional savings shares to best manage your savings goals.
  • Link to checking for free Overdraft Protection Transfer Service.

Already a member?

Would you like to add a savings share to a new account or an existing account?

To add to an existing account, log in.

Money Market

0.10% APY
  • Earn higher dividends1 than other savings options on balances greater than $500.
  • No minimum balance is required to open or maintain.

Already a member?

Would you like to add a money market to a new account or an existing account?

Please note: If you already have a money market on your account, you will need to set up a new account.

Youth Savings

1.00% APY
  • Earn a special higher-yield savings rate on the first $500 in accounts opened for, or owned by, youth under age 18.
  • Help your child learn money management skills.

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Long-Term Savings Options

Individual Retirement Account (IRA)

Our IRA options allow you to pick the account that will best position you on your path to financial freedom. Choose from a Traditional IRA, Roth IRA, or Coverdell ESA.

Learn more about IRAs

Whether you’re looking for a short- or long-term investment, we have a certificate that will help you work toward reaching your financial goals.

Learn more about certificates

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Current Rates

Valid as of 09/28/2021 9:53 PM EDT 
Description APY* Dividend Rate
Regular Savings Shares 0.05% 0.05%
Money Market 0.10% 0.05%
Youth Savings (Balances of $.01 to $500.00) 1.00% 1.00%
Youth Savings (Balances of $500.01 and over) 0.05% 0.05%

Rates and information are subject to change at any time. Fees could reduce earnings on the account(s). The disclosed dividend rates are variable and may change after the member opens the account(s). Regular shares require a minimum balance of $5 to open the account. Money Market accounts require a minimum of $500 to earn the advertised APY. Youth Savings Accounts will earn a higher APY for balances of $.01 to $500.00. For balances of $500.01 and over, the Regular Savings Share APY will apply.

View Truth in Savings Account disclosure.

*APY denotes Annual Percentage Yield

1Dividends (which you may call interest): Based on day of deposit to day of withdrawal. Dividends are calculated on actual daily balances. If your daily account balance falls below $500, you won’t earn dividends until your daily balance again reaches $500. Dividend rates are declared monthly, compounded daily, and paid monthly into Money Market Shares. Payment of dividends is based on the available current and undivided earnings of PSECU. The Annual Percentage Yield (APY) for a deposit of one year or less is based on the assumption that both the deposit and dividends remain on deposit for a full year. A withdrawal will reduce earnings. Regulations prohibit dividends in excess of PSECU’s available earnings.

Important: When using debit (point-of-sale) transactions with PSECU Visa debit card, you must have available funds in your checking account or your transaction will be declined. Overdraft Protection Transfer Service does not apply to debit transactions. Loan options are treated as cash advances and are subject to those rates and accrue interest immediately. If you did not choose an option when you set up your account, PSECU will automatically set up overdraft protection transfers from your Regular Shares.