More ways to save at National Police Credit Union. From saving for a rainy day, to building that nest egg for retirement, we have the savings products Law Enforcement Officers need to build a bright financial future!
Membership begins with a Share Savings Account. When you open your Share Account*, you become a member of National Police Credit Union and you are able to take advantage of all our amazing products and benefits.
**Minimum initial share deposit of $10.
Which means the more you save, the more you earn in interest.
A Money Market Account can help your savings grow faster. Our Money Market Account allows you to earn competitive rates of return while providing you with immediate access to your money.
Our saving rates are tiered. Which means the more you save, the more you earn in interest.
You can deposit funds into your National Police Credit Union Money Market Account via:
One of our most popular types of Savings Accounts is Christmas Savers! National Police Credit Union’s Christmas Savers Account is designed to help you save a little money for the most expensive time of year.
Our Christmas Savers Account is designed to make saving for the holidays easy and painless. You may close the account at any time but if you do so before the dividends are paid, you will not receive the accrued interest for the quarter.
Did you find yourself strapped for cash last holiday season, or are you concerned about this year’s upcoming festivities? Begin saving money for the holiday season.
The Christmas Savers Account pays you a higher interest rate than several other types of savings accounts, and if you set a little aside each paycheck, it will add up in a hurry.
Last year’s Christmas Saver’s Account included the participation of over 1,534 members who saved a whopping $1,547,505.30! Were you one of last year’s savers?
If not, there’s still time to save money this year.
**Two withdrawals per year. $5 early withdrawal fee applies
A Share Certificate is a safe and secure instrument for members interested in earning higher dividends on their savings. The rates are higher than on a regular Savings Account and, historically, have been higher than those offered by area banks.
*Dividends posted on March 31st, June 30th, September 30th and December 31st.
Consider opening an Individual Retirement Account (IRA) as an important step in building a secure financial future.