Save for Summer with a Summer Savings Account

penny%20blog%20summer-resized-600First Financial’s Summer Savings Account is ideal for employees who get paid 10 months out of the year. Members – especially teachers – particularly enjoy this Summer Savings Account because it allows them to have money available for summer expenses during July and August.

Not only does the Summer Savings Account offer competitive dividend earnings, our Members have the flexibility to choose the amount of money they would like to have deposited into their Summer Savings Account each pay period through direct deposit or payroll deduction.

The Member can elect to have their money transferred into a First Financial Checking Account in two different ways: Either 100% of funds can be transferred on July 1st, or 50% will be transferred July 1st, and the other 50% August 1st.  Funds will be easily accessible through an ATM, point-of-sale transaction with instant access debit card, online banking, or by writing a check.

This account can be opened anytime and does not require a minimum balance, just a $5 deposit in a base savings account to maintain credit union membership.*

Getting started with a Summer Savings account is simple – stop into any branch, or call us at 732.312.1500.

It’s never too late to start saving for summer! Get started today with a Summer Savings Account to make your summer more relaxing.

 *A $5 deposit in a base savings account is required for credit union membership prior to opening any other account. All personal memberships are part of the Rewards First program and a $5 per month non-participation fee is charged to the base savings account for memberships not meeting the minimum requirements of the program. Click here to view full Rewards First program details. Accounts for children age 13 and under are excluded from this program. 

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