Bump Up CDs are a great way to start saving now and get more later with a one-time rate bump!
Whether you’re consolidating debt or making home renovations, a home equity loan with First Service will help pave the way for success.
Take advantage of a complimentary consultation with one of our Financial Advisors to discuss your goals and help you plan for the future.
Did you know your First Service membership may help you save on your car insurance? Check out the TruStage Auto Insurance Program to see what you might save.
Leave high fees and hassle behind with our business checking accounts. We’ll take care of the details while you take care of business.
Join us each month as we explore different financial topics and ways to enhance your financial future.
Over 5,000 shared branches and over 85,000 ATMs mean you have access to your money from coast to coast.
All First Service checking accounts give you the convenient tools you need to manage your account — anytime, anywhere.
Bank on your own schedule with 24/7 access to check your balances, make transfers, pay bills, and more.
Use our app to access your account and even deposit checks with your smartphone or tablet — it’s just a tap away!
Enjoy Texas-sized access at over 5,000 credit union branches and over 85,000 ATMs nationwide.34
Earn high dividends at a guaranteed, fixed rate.
$1,000 Opening Deposit
Open your CD with as little as $1,000.
Receive your statements electronically for quick access.4
Your savings are federally insured up to $250,000.
 CO-OP Shared Branching: Account access at CO-OP shared branches is available after 45 days of membership. Shared ATM access is available to members immediately.
 Paper Statement Fee: A recurring fee will apply if you choose to receive an account statement in paper form; refer to the Fee Schedule for details. To avoid the paper statement fee, log in to Digital Banking to change your statement preference to eStatements.
 Certificates of Deposit: APY = Annual Percentage Yield. APYs are accurate as of 1/17/2023 and subject to change. Dividends are compounded and credited monthly. CDs may be subject to a penalty for early withdrawal. Fees may reduce earnings.
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