Account Options

Is your business set up for future success? Get invested in a savings account from Sioux Falls Federal Credit Union (SFFCU), and you’ll be floored by the number of interest-earning options you have at your disposal.

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Regular Shares

When we say “shares,” we mean your business’s very own piece of ownership of the credit union. When you open a business savings account, you are a SFFCU member. And when you’re a “shareholder,” you’re free and clear to apply for our many other valuable products and services. This is our most basic business savings account.

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Requirements Amount
Minimum Opening Deposit $5
Dividend-Qualifying Balance $50
Fees Charged $0



Special Shares

Saving up for something specific can be difficult when everything’s talked about in numbers, balances and deposits. That’s where Special Shares come in. Pick out what you’re saving for—equipment upgrades, systems or software—and we’ll help you meet your saving goals through automatic transfers and generous dividends.

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Requirements Amount
Minimum Opening Deposit $5
Dividend-Qualifying Balance $50
Fees Charged $0



Super Shares

For businesses with a little more seed money to start with, get super. A Super Shares account has a higher opening deposit requirement, but it offers the biggest opportunity to stockpile dividends, with six tiers of dividend-earning thresholds.

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Requirements Amount
Minimum Opening Deposit $1,000
Dividend-Qualifying Balance $1,000
Fees Charged $0
Monthly Withdrawals Allowed Three



Share Certificates

Invest a little, get a lot. If you’re after one of the highest possible interest-earning rates SFFCU has, you can invest your funds into a share certificate with a fixed-rate return over a designated period of time. You choose your term, and cash in when the clock runs out (or re-invest to maximize your dividends). Stop by a branch to open your certificate.

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Requirements Amount
Minimum Opening Deposit $500 (12-60 months)
$2,500 (3-6 months)
Early Withdrawal Penalty Interest Earned (your initial deposit is yours)