Earn dividends with Glass City’s spectrum of savings accounts
Glass City Federal Credit Union offers a variety of savings account options that provide our members with many opportunities to meet savings needs and goals. And all of our share savings accounts earn dividends!
Primary Share Savings Account
All members of Glass City begin with a Primary Share Savings account, which is the basis for credit union membership. A minimum deposit of just $25 is required to open this account, and dividends are paid once the balance reaches $100.
Secondary Share Savings Account
Members can also open a Secondary Savings account for special purposes, such as to pay real estate taxes and property insurance, or for other substantial expenses. No minimum balance is required.
You work hard for your money! Be sure to plan some quality downtime with Glass City’s Vacation Club—a perfect solution for saving the funds needed for your upcoming vacation or annual trip. No minimum balance is required.
Be prepared for the holidays each year with the Christmas/Holiday Club. By saving money throughout the year, you’ll have enough money for everything on your holiday shopping list. Each November, Christmas/Holiday Club balances are automatically transferred to your checking account, or to your Primary Share Savings Account if you don’t have a checking account with Glass City. No minimum balance required
Minor Savings Accounts
Glass City makes it easy and educational for children of all ages to save! Minor accounts and custodial accounts are designed for our members under age 18. A minimum balance of $25 is required.
Money Market Savings
Earn a higher dividend rate than with the Primary Share Savings account, while keeping your money safe and liquid. A $2,000 minimum deposit balance is required.
Money Market Max
Earn an even higher rate on a higher balance, while still retaining the flexibility of a Money Market account. A $50,000 minimum balance is required.
It’s Time to Start Saving!
Talk to a Glass City representative today about our dividend-earning savings programs.