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Primary Savings at Community First

Opening a Savings Account is the First Step Toward Your Life Long Financial Partnership with Community First

Primary Share Savings Accounts at Community First offer more than a simple way to save money.  A new savings account at Community First is an invitation to partner with a credit union that is dedicated to serving its community and its members.

It only takes $5 to open and maintain a basic savings account and membership at Community First.  These accounts pay a competitive dividend rate on balances over $100 (dividends are compounded and paid monthly). If this is your only account with Community First, a $50 balance is required to avoid a small monthly maintenance fee.

Requirements for a Community First Primary Savings account are:

  • $5 minimum deposit to open and maintain
  • $50 minimum to avoid a monthly maintenance fee if this is your only account
  • $100 balance to earn dividends

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Special Purpose Savings Account

Community First can help you set aside savings for a special occasion – be it a new car, a down payment for a home, an engagement ring, or your dream vacation – and the account will never be charged a fee.

Special purpose savings accounts receive a competitive dividend rate as long as they maintain a minimum balance of $100. Dividends are compounded and paid monthly.

Sign up for Automatic Transfer, and start saving for your special purpose today!

Requirements are:

  • $25 minimum deposit to open and maintain
  • $100 balance to earn dividends

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904.354.8537
800.342.8416

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