Money Market Account - Premier Advantage
Put your dollars to work in a Premier Advantage Money Market Account and earn high rates without a term requirement. Your money is easily accessible simply by writing a check when you need it. As rates may fluctuate, you are not bound to keep funds in your account for a set amount of time.
|Money Market Account - Premier Advantage
Benefit from a Premier Advantage Money Market:
- No minimum opening deposit required. No monthly fee.
- Enjoy a tiered rate structure - the more you save, the more you earn.
- Earn our highest dividend with a $25,000 balance.
- Access your money easily with checks.
- Up to six (6) penalty-free withdrawals per month can be made from your Money Market Account.
- No term requirements.
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|Additional Free Features to help you keep in touch with your money
||Stay in touch with your money from anywhere in the world, anytime using any of our latest technologies.
- Online Banking: Check balances, transfer funds, pay bills online, get balance alerts and more in real time, any time.
- Check View: View digital copies of cleared checks online.
- e-Statements: Get your monthly statement delivered electronically.
- FinanceWorks: Your personal money management assistant.
||Real answers from real people – all day, everyday by calling us toll-free at 800.877.6440.
||Automated round-the-clock phone access to your accounts by calling 800.900.0644.
||More than 4,000+ shared branches nationwide - it's like having an NIHFCU branch everywhere you go - with no service charges. Learn more.
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|NIH Federal Credit Union offers membership to those that are in the biomedical and healthcare industry. When you become a member of the NIHFCU, you are immediately eligible to enjoy financial opportunities and privileges that save both time and money. Membership is a benefit that you can share with your family by sponsoring them to have a membership with NIHFCU.
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NIHFCU accounts are federally insured up to at least $250,000 by the National Credit Union Administration, a United States government agency. IRAs are insured separately up to $250,000. For additional details, click here.