Mt. Money

Mt. Money is a program designed specifically for our youth members ages 0-17. Youth members can open one of three savings accounts at the credit union based on age.


Hikers - ages 0-6

Trekkers - ages 7-12

The Summit - ages 13-17    


Youth accounts earn dividends on balances $25 or higher. Special events and activities are held throughout the year. Youth members also have access to many free, age-appropriate, online financial games and activities such as:


  • Googolplex - Read stories, play games, and calculate your savings.

                5Spot (elementary)

                AJ's (middle school)

                C-Note (high school)


The Summit members can open a checking account, apply for a car loan and obtain additional products and services at the credit union. 


Mt. Money Savings Program
($25 minimum to open account)*
Minimum Average Daily Balance to obtain APY*
Dividend Rate APY*
$25 - $9,999.99 0.10% 0.10%
$10,000 - $24,999.99 0.15% 0.15%
$25,000 and over 0.20% 0.20%

*Annual Percentage Yield. The Dividend Rate and Annual Percentage Yield may change monthly as determined by the Board of Directors.

Rates subject to change at any time. Rates may change after the account is opened. APY accurate as of the last dividend declaration date. *Minimum balance listed is required to earn the stated APY.

Any fees imposed on this account may reduce the earnings on the account.


Open a Mt. Money account today at either of our convenient branches or online:


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Invest In Me College Savings Certificate

The Invest In Me college savings account is ideal for helping you save for college or higher education. The account is a certificate that matures when the member turns age 18 or is no longer enrolled in college.  The Invest In Me account:


  • earns a higher than a regular savings account
  • has a low $100 minimum opening deposit requirement
  • has the ability to add funds at anytime in $25 or more increments


The certificate can be redeemed on or after the age of 18 without a penalty. Money can also be withdrawn for qualified purchases which include, but are not limited to, tuition, fees, books, supplies, equipment and certain room and board expenses, with approved documentation, for high school or higher education.



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