Truth In Savings

Effective 4/1/2014 (Please check our rate sheet for current rates)

Type of AccountDividend RateAnnual Percentage Yield (APY)Compounded & CreditedDividend PeriodMinimum To Open
Share / Savings $50 & Over0.10%0.100%QuarterlyQuarterly$5.00
Free Checking0.000%0.000%QuarterlyQuarterly$0
Holiday / Vacation Club / Auxilliary0.100%0.100%QuarterlyQuarterly$0
Individual Retirement (IRA)0.250%0.250%QuarterlyQuarterly$0
Kasasa Saver
Up to $10,000 if qualifications* are met


0.750% MonthlyMonthly$0
Over $10,000 if qualifications* are met


0.30% to 0.75%

If qualifications* are not met0.050%0.050%MonthlyMonthly$0
Kasasa Cash Rewards Checking
Up to $10,000 if qualifications* are met1.992% 2.010% MonthlyMonthly$0
Over $10,000 if qualifications* are met0.255% 0.41% to 2.01% MonthlyMonthly$0
If qualifications* are not met0.050%0.050%MonthlyMonthly$0

The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA), a U.S. Government Agency, federally insures savings to $250,000.Additional $250,000 Insurance per Account provided by American Share Insurance.Dividends are calculated by the average daily balance method which applies a periodic rate to the average daily balance in the account for the period. The average daily balance is calculated by adding the balance in the account for each day of the period and dividing that figure by the number of days in the period.Dividends will begin to accrue on the day you deposit cash or non-cash items to your account.Dividends are compounded monthly or by calendar quarter (as referenced above) and credited on the last day of each dividend period.For example, the beginning date of the 1st dividend period of the calendar quarter is January 1 & the ending date of such dividend period is March 31.For monthly dividends the beginning date of the 1st dividend period of the calendar month is January 1 & the ending date of such dividend period is January 31. All other dividend periods follow these same patterns of dates. The dividend declaration date follows the ending date of a dividend period, and for the quarterly example is March 31. For the monthly example it is January 31. If an account is closed before the accrued dividends are credited, accrued dividends will not be paid. Dividends are paid from current income and available earnings, after required transfers to reserves at the end of a dividend period. Dividend rates are variable and may change monthly based on the determination of the credit union board of directors. The par value of a share in this credit union is $5. A $50 minimum balance is required on the above accounts in order to obtain the disclosed APY.

The rates appearing on this rate & fee schedule are accurate and effective for accounts as of the date indicated above. If you have any questions or require current rate information, please call the credit union at (410) 663-2500.


The Federal Reserve System oversees the depository reserve requirements for all financial institutions. Our savings accounts are governed by this Federal regulation. Regulation D, set by the Federal Reserve System allows a maximum of six telephone, electronic, or pre-authorized transfers per month from your savings account. This refers to transfers from your savings account to your checking account (even if pre-authorized) or transfers from savings to your checking account to cover an overdraft (automatic overdraft protection).

Each time you make a transfer from your savings account by telephone, or online it counts as one transfer. If your checking account is set up for overdraft protection, each transfer from savings to cover the overdrawn check also counts as one transfer. Automatic debits from your Share Account also counts as one transfer.

IMPORTANT: Once you reach your limit of six (6) transfers, Regulation D prohibits the credit union from processing any further transfers. This means that overdraft checks could be returned unpaid.


Funds from deposits may not be available for immediate withdrawal. The credit union reserves the right to require a member intending to make a withdrawal from any account (except a share draft account) to give written notice of such intent up to 60 days before such withdrawal.


Under Maryland law, all funds remaining in this interest bearing or share account become the property of this State after the account has been inactive for three years and notice is sent to the member or depositor at that member's or depositor's last known address. This account will be considered inactive if the member or depositor has not: "(1) increased or decreased the amount of the account (2) presented the passbook or other similar evidence of the account for the crediting of interest or dividends (3) written to this credit union about the account (4) otherwise indicated an interest in the account as evidenced by a memorandum on file with this credit union."


On or about October 15 of each year, the balance of the Holiday Club account will be automatically transferred to the regular Savings account to allow convenient access. The account remains open for deposits for the following year.

*QUALIFICATIONS FOR KASASA ACCOUNTS: During each qualification period, you must have at least 12 debit card purchases post and settle, log into free online banking at least once and receive free eStatements. Qualification period ends two business days prior to the end of the calendar month. APY on the higher tier of qualified Kasasa Cash and Kasasa Saver is a blended rate ($10,000 from first tier plus APY on balance in second tier) and depends on your balance in the top tier.

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