Unlike a fixed-term certificate, a Money Market allows you to keep your funds handy with full liquidity in a federally insured account. A tiered dividend structure means the higher your balance, the greater your dividend rate. Our Money Market Account has no annual fee and requires just $2500 to open. If you ended up needing the funds quickly, you can make up to two withdrawals each month with no fee. Review our fee schedule for fees.
To open a Money Market Account, you may call or visit the credit union or return an application by mail or fax. You can request funds be transferred from one of your other DCTFCU accounts or request a transfer from another financial institution when you apply and we will take care of the transfer for you and open your account.
Download a Money Market Account Application
Review our Account Terms, Disclosures & Agreements.
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