Deal of the Day: Houston Police Federal Credit Union Savings Rates at 2.02% APY

Houston Police Federal Credit Union

If you’re looking to take your savings account to a whole new level, maybe it’s time to switch to Houston Police Federal Credit Union, where members can open a savings account at 2.02% APY. Imagine the possibilities with a higher return on your deposits.

Houston Police Federal Credit Union Savings Rates: Terms and Conditions

A savings rate of 2.02% APY is based on a savings account balance between $2,500 and $99,999. Rates are subject to change without notice. Savings accounts are federally insured up to $250,000.

About Houston Police Federal Credit Union

Established in 1937, Houston Police Federal Credit Union has more than $392 million in assets and more than 26,000 members. The credit union has three locations and 110 ATMs throughout Houston and nearby cities.

As a full-service financial institution, members can also take advantage of checking accounts, auto loans, credit cards, insurances, mortgage loans, online banking and mobile services. Membership is available to current and retired Houston police officers, civilian employees of the department and employees of Houston Police Federal Credit Union. Membership is also available to the immediate family of eligible members.

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Other Terms and Conditions may apply. Additionally, interest rates are based on the institution’s online published rates and may have changed since this offer was posted. Please contact the financial institution for the most recent rate updates and to review the terms of the offer.

About the Author

Gregg Gethard

Gregory Gethard has been a journalist since 1999. He has spent most of his professional career writing about business and finance, largely focusing on the energy industry.

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