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The Pennsylvania State Employees Credit Union

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The Pennsylvania State Employees Credit Union

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Overview

The Pennsylvania State Employees Credit Union is on of the largest credit unions in Pennsylvania. It has $4.3 billion in assets and over 416,000 members. Its return on average assets in 2013 was 0.42%. It has a 0.1% account yield, no minimum amount to open an account and no monthly service fee. The penalty for nonsufficient funds is $30. The Pennsylvania State Employees Credit Union has a five star rating with Bauer Financial and an A+ BBB rating.

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Feature Breakdown

ATM Fee: In-Network
$0
ATM Fee: Out-of-Network
$2
Bauer Financial A+/A Rating
Monthly ATM Fee Rebates
$8
Savings Interest Rate
Starting at
0.2%
Checking Interest Rate
Starting at
0.1%
Checking
IRAs
Savings
CD Accounts

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