Whether you’re saving for a future project or to expand your footprint, a GECU business savings account can help put your goals within reach.

A secure way to grow funds
for your business goals

  • Build a reserve fund for all contingencies
  • Earn competitive interest to supplement your revenues
  • Monitor progress and move funds quickly with digital banking tools

Maybe you want to expand your business. Purchase big equipment. Add a new location. Or maybe you just want to be ready for anything that comes your way. We offer a simple savings account for the everyday, tiered money market accounts for added earning potential, and certificates for those funds you want to set and forget while they accrue interest.

You want options, we deliver them

Use these savvy savings tools

All our savings accounts include:

Tip: Calculate your accurate savings insurance by using the NCUA e-calculator!

  • Business savings calculators to ensure you’re on the right track, whether you’re starting a business or aiming to buy a new piece of equipment

General Electric Credit Union is a full-service financial institution headquartered in Cincinnati with branches in Ohio and Kentucky.

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