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TCU Savers Club Money Market Account

JoinTCU Savers Club!

The TCU Savers Club Money Market Account* was created to help our members save money for the things that they need and want such as: car, computer, house, home repair, paying off debt, health costs, car repair, college, etc. TCU Savers Club will teach you that it is easy to start saving.

The Benefits of the TCU Savers Club:

  • Access to the TCU Savers Club blog. This blog provides information about personal finance and tips about saving money, eliminating debt, as well as investment tips
  • Emails with money saving offers
  • Special Service Center offers for TCU Savers Club members only
  • Money Management Seminars
  • Money saving and budgeting tips

Start now by filling out your monthly expense report. This is a great way to start planning your monthly budget

We also have other ways to help you save:

  • Everyday Savings
  • TCU Debit MasterCard® that can earn you a .5% rebate*
  • Holiday Club and/or Vacation Club
  • Money Markets and Certificates
  • Systematic Savings
  • IRA's
  • Share Draft Checking Accounts with Direct Deposit
  • We'll even teach you how to become a millionaire!
  • Start your "Special" Savings Account today!

*Any withdrawals or transfers beyond the one free withdrawal, will be assessed a $1.00 fee per transaction.


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