The primary savings is required for membership to Dillon Credit Union and must maintain a minimum balance of $5.00. Dividends are paid quarterly based on the average balance. You may request an ATM card with your savings account, and the first ATM card is free! Learn more about rates here.
Dillon Credit Union’s money market accounts are on a tiered basis. Interest is paid monthly on the average balance. Click on the “Investment and Savings Rates” button below to see the various tiers and the interest rates.
A Christmas savings account is a great way to plan for the holidays. You can make deposits into the account at any time. You can also schedule direct deposits to your Christmas Club account. Interest is paid quarterly at the primary savings rate. Funds are automatically transferred into your primary savings in October.
The School Club savings allows you to save for back to school expenses. You can make deposits into the account at any time or start direct deposits from your payroll. Interest is paid quarterly at the primary savings rate. Funds are automatically transferred into your primary savings in July.
IRA’s are savings plans to help you prepare for retirement. We offer Traditional and Roth IRA’s. We have several different options to meet your financial needs. Our IRA’s have no sign-up fee or maintenance fees!
If you leave your job or retire, roll your qualified retirement plan funds into an IRA and still keep the tax-deferred status!
All IRA accounts are insured separately by NCUA.
Email or call Debbie today at 800-669-8500 to see which IRA is right for you!
Roth IRA vs. Traditional IRA
An IRA can be an effective retirement tool. There are two basic types of Individual Retirement Accounts (IRA): the Roth IRA and the Traditional IRA. Click here to use our Roth IRA vs Regular IRA Calculator to determine which IRA may be right for you. Please note that this calculator should not be used for Roth 401(k) comparisons.
Certificates are available at various rates and maturities. Early withdrawal penalties apply. Click the “Investment and Savings Rates” button below to view the current rates.
Credit Union Certificate of Deposit Calulator – Use this calculator to find out much interest you can earn on a Certificate of Deposit (CD).