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Savings & Money Market Accounts

Security Service Federal Credit Unions savings accounts are safe, sound investments that earn interest while keeping your cash readily available for you when you need it.

Choose the Savings Account That's Right for You

Earn some of the most competitive interest1 on saving and money market2 accounts in Texas, Colorado, and Utah with the comfort of knowing your money is secure.

Want Your Account to Do More?

Would you like to earn interest and gain access to identity theft protection, smartphone coverage, cash back rewards, etc.? Compare​ our feature-rich Power Protected Checking to a traditional Money Market or Savings account.​

  • Open an account for as little as $5
  • Save for a specific goal like Summer vacation or holiday expenses
  • $5 minimum balance

  • Open an account for as little as $5
  • Save for a specific goal like a vacation or holiday expenses
  • $5 minimum balance
  • Funds transfer to a Basic Savings Account on Oct. 31, and become available for use on Nov. 1

  • $1,000 minimum balance required
  • Earns higher interest than a savings account
  • Limited check-writing and ACH transfer privileges

Not a Security Service Member?
There are thousands of ways to qualify for membership. Find out if you qualify in the first step of the application or stop by one of Security Service's branches in Colorado, Texas, and Utah.

Must meet membership requirements and must open and maintain a Security Service Savings account (either a Security Service Basic Savings Account or a Youth Savings Account) with a $5 balance.


For complete details, refer to the Deposit Terms and Truth in Savings.

  1. "Interest" referenced in the context of this page refers to "dividends."
  2. Money Market (MoneyFund) excess transaction fee � $10.00 per limited transaction in excess of six per calendar month. Limited transactions are non-teller or non-ATM transactions out of the account, such as check, online/phone transfers, automatic transfers, and ACH transactions.