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When you open a savings account with TruChoice, you not only become a member, but also an owner. Unlike banks, YOU are our shareholders - and that means more $$ in your pocket. As a member, you can take advantage of great rates on all of our savings options. Ready to get started? Here's our most popular options:


Money Market Account


Looking to earn higher interest without locking down all of your money,?  A money market account could be your answer.

A Money Market account pays higher dividends than our regular savings account, so you can make you're money work for you!   It requires a $2,500 minimum balance and the interest rate will fluctuate according to the market.  It's a great way to make sure that the more you save, the more you earn.

Christmas Club Savings


Do you find yourself wishing you'd saved more for the holidays every year? Christmas Club Accounts might be the solution!

Instead of racking up debt during the holidays, a Christmas Club Account makes it easy to save throughout the year.  They're a simple, effective tool to help protect your savings from impulse purchases.  With no withdrawals until October, it's a great way to make sure the money you are setting aside is there when you need it. Set up automatic transfers with every pay period for a 'set it and forget it' savings plan.  On October 20th, we'll automatically sweep the funds into your primary savings account so you get start shopping!

IRAs and Certificates


If you're ready to get started on longer term saving, these options can be a great fit. 

IRAs (Individual Retirement Accounts) are an easy way to help make sure you've got enough saved up for your retirement. 

Our Share Certificates come with multiple options, and are a perfect way to make your money work for you. 

 Learn more about our long term savings options.

For more information about rates and fees on all of our accounts, visit our rates or fees.

Want to talk to us to see which savings option is best for you?  Reach out today!

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