Join Jackson Area Federal Credit Union by opening a share savings account and establish your credit union membership! All it takes is a $25.00 minimum opening deposit that you maintain the life of your credit union membership. Earn monthly dividends on average daily balances of $100.00 or more! Once you are a member, begin reaping all the benefits of credit union membership and find out why more people are turning to credit unions for all of their financial needs!
We offer a share draft checking with all the rewards! Enjoy account access with a Visa Debit Card, plus free online banking & online bill pay! We have a variety of check styles to choose from when ordering checks too!
If your desire is to be financially prepared for the holiday season, then a Christmas Club account at Jackson Area FCU is the account for you. Save money for buying gifts, groceries or end of the year spending with a Christmas Club.
We can set up an automatic transfer from your primary account to go in your Christmas Club. You may also choose to make deposits on your own throughout the year. Keep in mind when you withdraw funds from a Christmas club for any reason during the year, there is an early withdrawal fee of $5.00.
Beginning in November of each year, the funds in your Christmas club are transferred into your savings so you have access to your money for spending!
Certificates of Deposit or CD’s, are time deposits and for that reason a higher dividend is earned on CD’s. When you open a CD, your intent should be to invest your money for the CD term you have chosen.
CD terms are available as little as 6 months and as long as 36 months. We require a minimum opening deposit of $1,000. Should something come up and you need to withdraw money from your CD, an early withdrawal penalty will be imposed. See our fee schedule, for early CD withdrawal penalties.
If you would like more information about the Coindexter Club, please contact us at 601.922.7055 ext. 248
or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Do you know why Penny Parker and her friends named their club The Coindexter Club? When Penny, Nick, and Piggy first started the club, they were deciding on a place to meet. As they were walking down the sidewalk in front of Professor Coindexter's enormous mansion, he overheard their conversation. Now, Professor Coindexter knew who Penny, Nick, and Piggy were because he had taught all their parents at the university, but they didn't know him.
When hearing of their dilemma, Professor Coindexter offered them any room in his mansion for their meeting space, provided, of course, they receive their parents' approval.
After receiving their parents' permission, Professor Coindexter arranged for the children to tour all the rooms of his mansion. The very last room he showed them was the attic. The attic was enormous and contained hundreds of artifacts that Professor Coindexter collected during his trips around the world. The children immediately chose the attic for their meeting space. Professor Coindexter offered them something else, too. He offered to teach them everything he had learned about money. The children were so excited that they decided to name their club after Professor Coindexter.
It's the official meeting place of the Coindexter Club. Here, you'll find lots of fun games, downloads and other activities to enjoy. Have fun, and thanks for being a member of the Coindexter Club!
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Free2B checking is a checking account with no monthly service charge to those ages 18 to 25 years of age.
Free2B account holders enjoy their first check order free of charge, a quarterly oops! NSF fee refunded at the accountholders request, and more!