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Monday, November 29, 2021
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Tower Federal Credit Union

     

New Benefit for MedChi Affiliates and their Employees

Tower Federal Credit Union, a not-for-profit, member-owned financial cooperative is offering this no-cost benefit to all MedChi affiliates and their employees. Formed in 1953, Tower has grown to be the largest federal credit union in Maryland with over $4 billion in assets and more than 200,000 members worldwide.

Tower has all of the products and services offered by traditional financial institutions, but with higher deposit rates, lower loan rates, and few or no fees. Tower also has a complete array of e-services. Household members and family members are also eligible to join. Find out more about how you can help your employees to achieve Financial Wellness!

Join Tower now so your employees can take advantage of Tower’s $100* cash Incentive for new members!

* $100 deposit offer ends 12/31/2021 and may be withdrawn at any time.  Member must enter promotion code when applying online or provide promotion code to Member Service Representative at Tower branch or Tower representative during the site visit. $100 deposit will be deposited in qualified Prime Share account within 6-8 weeks from account opening.  The minimum balance to open and maintain a Prime Share account is $5.  Annual Percentage Yield as of 11/1/2021 is 0.12% and subject to change.  See towerfcu.org for current rate.  $100 bonus is subject to taxation.


New member accounts only.  Current Tower members, employees and employees’ family members are not eligible for the $100 bonus.  Tower’s field of membership eligibility requirements must be met to qualify.

 

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