Thrive Money Market

Give your savings some extra muscle and momentum. With this high-yield savings account, you’ll earn a better rate on any balance.1

Bigger balances pack
an added punch

  • Higher dividends than regular savings accounts
  • Rate tiers boost your earning potential
  • Make seamless automatic transfers or deposits

The best thing about a money market account? It works for everyone. If you're an everyday saver looking to move beyond traditional savings accounts, you'll immediately enjoy the benefits of higher returns. If you already have a solid savings plan, a money market, with its steady earnings, is a smart addition to your strategy. 

  • Open an account with as little or as much as you want (no minimum to open and earn).
  • Pay no monthly maintenance fees and maintain any balance you'd like.
  • Access your money at nearly 100,000 ATMs nationwide, including: GECU, Allpoint, MoneyPass, CULIANCE, and Fifth Third ATMs.2
  • Receive your first book of money market checks on us.3
  • Get peace of mind – your funds are federally insured up to $250,000 by the National Credit Union Administration.

Thrive Money Market rates4

Deposit Amount Rate APY
Up to $99.99 2.60% 2.63%
$100 - $4,999.99 2.60% 2.63%
$5,000 - $24,999.99 2.60% 2.63%
$25,000 - $249,999.99 2.60% 2.63%
$250,000+ 2.60% 2.63%

It’s easy to add to your balance

Hands-free savings

Keep the momentum going by scheduling automatic transfers from your other bank or credit union accounts.

Tap, snap, and make easy deposits

Use Mobile deposit to add to your account with the snap of a photo through our top-rated mobile app.4

A piece of the (paycheck) pie

Set up a payroll deduction and have extra funds automatically transferred to your Thrive account on payday.  

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

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