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Our savings accounts offer tiered dividends (higher balances earn higher rates) and easy access to your money.
Share Savings Account
Become a SESLOC member with a $5 non-refundable membership fee and a $5 minimum deposit into your Primary Share Savings account. Once your membership is established, you can immediately take advantage of all the benefits of Credit Union membership. Additional savings account products are below, but be sure to explore more options in our retirement section.
Watch your money grow. Earn high yields on long-term funds while saving for planned purchases.
Earn higher dividends while maintaining access to funds for new expenses or emergencies.
Savings Accounts for Educators
To learn more about accounts designed for those working in education, click here.
Holiday Saver’s Account
Put aside money periodically throughout the year to help cover extra holiday expenses. Make deposits as often as you wish through payroll deductions, automatic transfers, at ATMs or any SESLOC branch. Funds automatically transfer to your checking account on November 1st.
Open your Savings account
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Current members can open an account in Online Banking.
Your Money is Safe at SESLOC
Accounts are insured to at least $250,000 by the National Credit Union Administration, a U.S. government agency.
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