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savings & investment accounts

Communities of Abilene Federal Credit Union Savings Accounts are a great way to plan for the future! We offer great dividend rates - check them out! Achieve your financial goals using the variety of savings and investment options we offer.

You’ll also enjoy peace of mind knowing that your savings accounts are federally insured up to $100,000 by NCUA. Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) are federally insured up to $250,000.

Share Membership Savings

The savings account establishes your membership. You may open your Share Savings account with a $25 deposit and a $5 membership fee. Once you open this account, you may take advantage of our many other valuable products and services.

S.A.F.E Savings

  • Secondary share savings
  • $25 deposit to open and maintain account
  • No penalty for six (6) or less withdrawals/transfers monthly
  • Dividends paid quarterly

U.S. Savings Bonds

U.S. Savings bonds are the classic, traditional gift. Whether giving to a newborn, deciding what the cousin’s child really needs or giving to anyone, a U.S. Savings Bond is perfect. Savings Bonds, available through CoAFCU, are the great American investment, helping to improve America's public debt management while providing you with a safe, guaranteed investment. And they can be purchased and redeemed without fee or commission.

Call, email or stop by one of our branches and ask us about U.S. Savings Bonds today.

529 College Savings Plan

529 College Savings Plan is a tax-advantaged way of saving for a higher education. Anyone (a parent, spouse, grandparent, other family member, friend, or you) can contribute to the Plan. The student uses the 529 account for qualified education expenses, such as tuition and room and board. The contributor (or account owner) has complete control over the account and can contribute no matter his/her income level. The contributor selects from a variety of investment options with varying rates of return.

 

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