Put your savings on autopilot and meet your goals with USaveFirst
Let’s face it, dropping coins in the piggy bank isn’t as satisfying as it used to be. Less and less your pockets clink with change, and physical cash is just a nuisance. Plus, making a point to hang onto extra cash and put it away for a rainy-day can easily slip into the back of your mind. With how fast life flies by who can blame you?
Don't worry, we have the perfect solution to set yourself up for savings success.
Start your savings strategy with USaveFirst
One solution to get your savings account on the track for success is Central Bank's USaveFirst program. This is a FREE savings tool to help you save incrementally each month with a MyChoice Checking and SavingUp Savings Account.
With USaveFirst, you can select an amount to transfer from your checking to your savings account every time you use your debit card - $0.25, $0.50, $0.75, or $1.00. You can adjust this amount at the beginning of every month or anytime you decide you want to step up your savings game.
Once you have the amount selected, the program will automatically tally up each time you swipe your debit card. Then, at the end of every month, the total amount will be transferred from your checking account to your savings account. And don't worry, if you don't have the funds to transfer at the end of the month, the amount won't transfer.
Once you have your MyChoice Checking and SaveUp Savings duo, it's easy to enroll and get on your way to padding your savings account funds.
To set-up USaveFirst follow these steps:
- Log into Online Banking
- Select Account Services from the menu
- Select Set Up/Manage USaveFirst
When you have that savings goal to reach, put your savings strategy on autopilot with USaveFirst.
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