Saving for Emergencies

Have funds to cover the unexpected, such as unplanned car repairs or a job loss.

 

Savings Options We Recommend

  • If you need to get started: Second Savings Account
  • Why? A separate account provides a dedicated place to set savings aside. Plus, you can set up recurring transfers to start saving automatically.
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  • If you want to earn more interest: Money Market Account
  • Why? A Money Market Account offers high rates of interest for high balances. Plus, you have easy access to your money whenever you need it.
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  • If you want to save strategically: Certificate
  • Why? Certificates offer steady higher interest rates and term lengths from 8 to 60 months. Put some of your emergency savings in a Certificate to earn more.
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View all your savings options in our comparison chart.

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