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EZ Saver Account
Now saving your money can be as easy as spending it.
Open an EZ Saver Account * and each time you make a purchase using your Erie FCU Debit MasterCard®, EZ Saver will automatically round-up the transaction to the next whole dollar amount.
The total round-up amount from your Erie FCU Debit MasterCard purchases will then be transferred daily to your interest bearing EZ Saver Account.
If you live, work, worship or attend school in Erie or Crawford County, PA or you are a child, grandchild, grandparent, parent, sibling, stepchild, stepparrent or stepsibling of an existing member of Erie Federal Credit Union, you can Belong to the Erie FCU, Become a Member Today - Click Here & Join Online Now
*EZ Saver dividend and match paid monthly. No minimum balance required. Withdrawals from your EZ Saver Account, before the end of the calendar month, will affect earnings. Annual Match limit is $300. The 50% match for the first 30 days and the regular 5% match are not dividends and will not be reported to the IRS on Form 1099-INT. One EZ Saver Account per member and requires EZ e-Statements, a Checking Account and a Debit MasterCard. Not available with Business Checking Accounts. Current rates available online. Contact us for more details.
EZ Saver Benefits John Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation
Here's your chance to donate to a great cause.
When you open an EZ Saver Account and sign-up to donate to John Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation, we'll automatically withdraw your month-end match amount and forward it to the John Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation.
Each month, the record of your donation will appear on your credit union statement. The Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation is registered as a non-profit organization under IRS Code Section 501( c ) (3), please be sure to consult with your tax advisor as to the deductibility of your donation.
Visit any of our 7 convenient branch locations to open your EZ Saver account and start donating your monthly EZ Saver match today.
To learn more about the John Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation, please click here.