Premier Savings Account

Earn an impressive high-yield while enjoying the convenience of immediate access to your savings. With no minimum deposit, you can open a Premier Savings Account, and start earning higher interest today.  

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Earn up to 3.00% APY*

Premier Savings Account

Arbor Financial is here for you — save with us and achieve your financial goals at a competitive rate. 

An account designed to help you achieve your financial goals. 

Saving for a downpayment on a new home or car? A vacation that will give you precious time with your family? Setting aside assets for retirement? An Arbor Financial Premier Savings Account is a great place to put your money until you're ready to use it. With high yields and easy access, it's an account that helps grow your finances while saving. 

More about the Premier Savings Account:

  • Interest-bearing account
  • No minimum balance required
    • Earn 3.00% APY* on amounts $15,000+
    • Earn 1.50% APY* on amounts up to $14,999.99

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* Annual Percentage Yield (APY) calculated by the daily balance method. Dividends are compounded and paid quarterly. APY is variable and may change at any time. Fees may reduce earnings on the account. APY shown is accurate as of July 1, 2024.

**Direct deposits and other Automated Clearing House (ACH) credits may post to your account up to five days early with the Early Pay service. The Early Pay service is dependent upon when the deposits are originated from the sender and received by the Credit Union, and we cannot guarantee deposits will post prior to their anticipated settlement date. The Credit Union is not responsible for delays in posting due to unforeseen circumstances. The Credit Union, in its sole discretion, may determine whether certain deposit payments, deposit types, or member accounts are excluded from the service. The terms and conditions for Early Pay are subject to change, at any time, without advance notice. Not applicable to business, loan, or mortgage accounts.