Mountain America Credit Union

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About Mountain America Credit Union

Formed in 1934 as the Salt Lake Telephone Employees Credit Union, Mountain America Credit Union changed its name to better reflect the diversity of its membership. Members include employees or volunteers of an SEG or affiliated associations as well as residents of specific counties. Today, Mountain America holds more than $3.5 billion in assets and an extensive network of branches and ATMs spanning much of the Intermountain West, including Utah, Idaho, Nevada, Arizona and New Mexico. Members enjoy the shared branching network that provides surcharge-free transactions at more than 30,000 ATMs and 5,000 shared-branding locations nationwide.

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Mountain America has become a tradition for many members, offering a variety of financial products and services for consumers and businesses, including savings accounts, auto loans, checking accounts, mortgage loans, business checking, SBA loans and retirement options. With a Mountain America Traditional Savings Account, you can create a cash reserve to help you prepare for the future. If you need to borrow presently, Mountain America has personal and signature loans that are both cost-effective and flexible ways to borrow for items other than a home or vehicle. Business Checking from Mountain America can help you handle your everyday financial transactions in a simple and affordable way.

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1st Year Balance

0.10%
$25,025
1.75%
$25,438
2.00%
$25,500
2.10%
$25,525
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