Earn Premium Dividends With an RTN Money Market Account

Have you been looking for a secure way to save your money while having access to it and earning premium dividend rates? An RTN Money Market Account may be the account for you!

With a minimum balance of $2,500, you can open an RTN Money Market Account. You’ll earn dividends that accrue daily and are paid monthly, and enjoy no monthly fee.

In accordance with Federal Reserve Bank regulations, you can make six (6) withdrawals from your RTN Money Market Account each calendar month by any of the following methods: automated (ATM), telephone, pre-authorized, audio response, electronic banking and/or checks. You can make unlimited in-person withdrawals at any of our Massachusetts RTN Federal Credit Union branches.

Your RTN Money Market Account funds  are federally insured by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA), an agency of the U.S. Government, up to $250,000. Furthermore, funds over the amount insured by NCUA are insured in full by the Massachusetts Share Insurance Corporation (MSIC).

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*Select the “Money Market” option under “Account Selections.”

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