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Saving money doesn't always have to be hard work. Effortlessly increase your funds by depositing money in a savings account from each paycheck or monetary gift you receive. You can also transfer funds to your savings account via Online Banking, Mobile Banking, or Telephone Banking...OR you can set up a direct deposit or automatic transfer of funds directly to your savings account for even more convenience. Set up recurring transfers within Online Banking by selecting Transfers/New and using the drop down field to select the transfer frequency (weekly, bi-weekly, semi-monthly, monthly) or speak with a Member Service Representative for assistance.
Are you saving for something special? You can open a secondary savings account to keep those funds separate from other savings balances. Naming the secondary account (Vacation Fund, Wedding Money, etc) will also be a constant reminder that you are working toward achieving a savings goal. You can open your own secondary savings account within Online Banking in the Services tab/Open Sub Account option. Renaming your account with a pseudo name can be done in Online Banking in the Settings/Account menu.

Become A Member 



A Primary Share Savings account is your personal part of 1st Community Credit Union. Maintaining $5.00 in your Savings account makes you a member and allows you to take advantage of other 1st CCU products and services. 
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With a minimum opening deposit of $1000, you’ll earn a higher dividend rate and there are no fees. If your balance falls below the $1000 minimum a reduced dividend will apply. 


With a minimum opening deposit of $1000, you’ll earn a higher dividend rate and have the ability to write checks. Access to your funds is easy – unlimited transactions in person, or you may clear up to 3 checks per month from this account. (Service charges apply for more than 3 checks per month).


Certificates are available in a variety of terms and rates. When you purchase a certificate, your rate is guaranteed for the term you select, with penalties for early withdrawal.
Subject to minimum opening deposit requirements. Contact 1st CCU for details.


This account is designed for nonprofit organizations. This account allows you complete access and insured safety without earning dividends. 


Open with as little as $5.00 and save throughout the year. The balance of your account is available for withdrawal on November 1, just in time for the season's shopping.



1st Community Credit Union offers Youth Accounts to point out the rewards of saving, while introducing the basics of the financial world to the Next Generation in a fun way.
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  • Open with as little as $5.00
  • Punch card to track qualifying deposits
  • Redeem punched cards for prizes
  • Games that teach kids about money
  • Federally insured by NCUA

Are your kids on the right track to financial independence?

For many of today's young adults, the weakest link lies in learning the basics. Only 35% of teens know how to balance a checking account or manage credit cards. During the past several years, a decline in overall financial knowledge is especially pronounced among 18-year-olds, and 13% fewer teens have bank accounts.*

Achieving economic prosperity is difficult, and it's especially hard for young people who've never learned how to manage money.

Your credit union is ideally positioned to respond because we believe in the power of education. We're here to help you launch the youth in your life toward financial independence, and here’s how:

  • Join. For starters, open a credit union savings account for each child in your family. As soon as your children can write, have them fill out deposit and withdrawal slips. Guide teenagers through using a debit card and tracking transactions.
  • Share. Include your children in household money discussions. Show them how you budget income and expenses. As their skills improve, give them challenges—such as finding a better cell phone plan, calculating the total monthly cost of owning a car, or sticking to a budget for back-to-school or holiday spending.
  • Coach. Remind your children to ask for help when they need it. And turn to your credit union when you want help. Our tradition of service and philosophy of self-help make 1st Community Credit Union and all credit unions a natural partner in pursuing financial security.
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