1Must have a GECU share account to open a certificate or money market account. A one-time deposit of $10 in a GECU share account is all it takes. Membership eligibility is required.
2To open an IRA, you will need to make an appointment with GECU Special Services.
3Contribution limits vary and depend on your individual income level.
4Option is only available for GECU Bump-Up certificate accounts and GECU Smart Step certificate accounts. Please see the GECU rate schedule for more details.
5All terms and conditions are subject to change. Notice will be provided as required by law. Members receive maturity notification no less than 15 days prior to maturity.
6Certain tax implication and contribution limitations apply to Education Savings Accounts (ESA). Consult your tax adviser for details.
7Prior to requesting a rollover from your employer-sponsored retirement account to an individual retirement account (IRA), you should consider whether the rollover is suitable for you. There may be important differences in features, costs, services, withdrawal options and other important aspects between your employer-sponsored retirement account and an IRA.
8Accounts will be cancelled if the balance drops below the minimum amount required for the term of the account and an early-withdrawal penalty may apply. Please see the GECU rate schedule for more details.
9Unlimited over-the-counter access. Limits apply to other types of withdrawals.