Saving is not hard when you deposit a set amount each payday into a share savings account. Deposits can be made by payroll deduction, in person or by mail, whichever is more convenient for you. It does not take long for your account to grow because the credit union pays higher than average dividends.
Savings accounts help members save for the long-term. Money that is needed every payday should not be deposited into your credit union savings account. GPCU would like to help you save for the long-term. Let your money grow with us.
Please note: Since GPCU is an employee only credit union only individual accounts are available.
Dividend earnings vary based on your account balance. Dividends are currently paid on average share balances in excess of $50.00, calculated on a daily basis and paid quarterly. Savings are insured to $250,000.00 per member account by the National Credit Union Administration.
Our routing number is 261072479.
WITHDRAWALS: For share savings account withdrawals select Check Withdrawal at Online Banking under the Savings and Withdrawals tab for the credit union to print out a check and mail directly to you. GPCU cannot currently initiate or originate wire transfers.
DEBIT CARDS ARE NOT AVAILABLE FOR SAVINGS ACCOUNTS.
Fees: There are no excess withdrawal fees when making withdrawals using Online Banking. There are no other share savings account fees.
CU KNOW HOW TO SAVE is the newest savings account now available at GPCU. It is designed for existing share account members to have a separate account to save for any special purpose they like. Call it your save for a vacation account, my new car account, a down payment on a house account or any other special purpose account you like. The CU KNOW HOW TO SAVE account pays the same interest rate as your regular share account and is the same as the regular share account in every way except that it is funded through direct deposit instead of payroll deduction. To open a CU KNOW HOW TO SAVE account contact the credit union for an application. Start saving for that something special today.
Effective January 1, 2018 the maximum account balance per member for all of their accounts combined is $250,000.
|For the dividend paid for Q2 2018