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Secondary Savings

Customize your savings goals.

Use a Secondary Savings account to organize your expenses or plan for a milestone.

Benefits of a Secondary Savings Account

Liquidity & Flexibility

Make transfers in the mobile app or online banking. Access your funds whenever- and however you need.

Automatic Savings

Use automatic transfers to start saving now. Set the amount and frequency of deposits and we’ll take care of the rest. Changes can be made at any time.

Anytime account access

Manage your funds at several dozen full-service Sound branches, online, on your phone, and at over 5,000 Shared Branching locations and 30,000 ATMs nationwide.

Hey, big saver! Become a big earner.

Have high balance in your savings? Open a high interest savings account and let your money work harder.

  • Money Markets
  • Certificates (CD)
  • Individual Retirement Accounts (IRA)
  • Educational Savings Accounts (ESA)
High-Yield Savings
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Secondary Savings FAQs

To open a savings account you’ll want to complete a provided application and make an opening deposit, if required. You’ll also need your member number (if you’re already a member) and personal information, including a government-issued photo ID. Savings accounts can be opened online or at any branch location. If opening your account online, have your mobile device handy and be prepared to access your email account.

Sound Credit Union offers Savings Accounts. Learn More »

Federal law limits the number of withdrawals and transfers from your savings account to six (6) each month.

A health savings account (HSA) is a bank account that can be used to pay medical expenses, tax-free, if you have a health plan with high out-of-pocket costs.

Sound Credit Union offers Health Savings Accounts. Learn More »

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