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Police and Fire Federal Credit Union Premium Yield Savings Account

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Highlights
Monthly Fee $0
APY (Annual Percentage Yield) 0.20% - 0.51%
APY Minimum Balance N/A

Police and Fire Federal Credit Union Premium Yield Savings Account Review

Police and Fire Federal Credit Union Premium Yield Savings Account is offered by Police and Fire Federal Credit Union, a credit union founded in 1938 and based in Philadelphia, PA. Police and Fire Federal Credit Union Premium Yield Savings Account is available in 1 state across the USA.

Key Takeaways
  • Higher than average APY. Police and Fire Federal Credit Union Premium Yield Savings Account has an annual percentage yield of up to 0.51%, which is higher than the national average interest rate on savings accounts.
  • $0 monthly fee. This account does not charge a monthly Service Charge.
  • Small minimum initial deposit. You only need $5 to open an account.
  • No ATM fees. Police and Fire Federal Credit Union Premium Yield Savings Account does not charge fees on ATM transactions.
PFFCU savings account Pros & Cons
Pros Cons
  • Dividend-yielding account
  • Insured by NCUA.
  • Access to physical branches.
  • No charge on incoming domestic or international wire transfers.
  • No signup bonus.
  • No ATM access to Police and Fire Federal Credit Union Premium Yield Savings Account.
  • Does not come with a debit card
  • Only available in one state.
  • Higher than average wire transfer fees.
PFFCU savings account FAQ

Are savings accounts from Police and Fire Federal Credit Union federally insured?

Yes, your Police and Fire Federal Credit Union savings accounts are insured up to $250,000 per share owner for each account ownership category. The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA), a federal agency, administers the insurance fund and regulates federally insured credit unions. The fund is backed by the full faith and credit of the U.S. Government.

Does Police and Fire Federal Credit Union offer a signup bonus?

PFFCU savings account doesn't offer a signup bonus.

What is the minimum initial deposit for PFFCU savings account?

The minimum deposit to open a PFFCU savings account is $5.
Police and Fire Federal Credit Union Premium Yield Savings Account Minimums
Description
Minimum Opening Deposit Starting at $5
Minimum Required Balance $0

What APY does Police and Fire Federal Credit Union offer?

PFFCU savings account offers an APY starting at 0.20% and ranging up to 0.51% (APY stands for annual percentage yield, rates may change).

What fees does PFFCU savings account charge?

PFFCU savings account does not charge a monthly service fee. See the fee breakdown section below to view all fees.

  • Outgoing domestic bank transfers come with a $20 fee.
  • PFFCU savings account charges $3 every time you request a paper statement.

What features and perks does PFFCU savings account offer?

This savings account includes the following features:

  • Fraud monitoring - PFFCU savings account monitors transactions for potentially fraudulent activity, such as when a debit card is unexpectedly used in a different location, or you make a sudden string of costly purchases.
  • Mobile Banking Services - PFFCU savings account allows you to manage your money online or with a mobile app. This includes depositing checks in your account with a mobile app on your smartphone.

Can you set up a direct deposit to PFFCU savings account?

In most cases, the answer is yes. However, it depends on the direct deposit program your employer uses. Most direct deposit programs allow you to send your paycheck to a savings or checking account. In some cases, you can even split your paycheck between the two.

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Contact

  • Headquarters
  •   901 Arch Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19107
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Hours of Operation

  • Sunday Closed
  • Monday 8:30am - 6:00pm
  • Tuesday 8:30am - 6:00pm
  • Wednesday 8:30am - 6:00pm
  • Thursday 8:30am - 7:00pm
  • Friday 8:30am - 7:00pm
  • Saturday 8:30am - 4:00pm

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Availability

  Available in 1 state
Pennsylvania
Availabile in all of Pennsylvania

Feature Breakdown

Minimum Opening Deposit Starting at $5
Minimum Required Balance $0
Monthly Fee $0
Paper Statement Fee $3
Returned Deposit Fee (Domestic) $15
Wire Transfer Fee - Domestic (Outgoing) $20
Account Features
  • Automatic Transfers
  • Bauer Financial A+/A Rating
  • Branch Access
  • Fraud Monitoring
  • Interest Bearing Account
  • Mobile Banking
  • Mobile Check Deposit
  • Insured by NCUA
  • No ATM Fees
  • No Monthly Maintenance Fee
APY (Annual Percentage Yield) 0.20% - 0.51%

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