Individual Retirement Accounts


An IRA lets you defer tax dollars now while you save for retirement. If eligible, you can contribute up to a maximum of $5,000 each year to your IRA. The yearly amount you contribute could be deductible from your taxable income (if you are over 50, this amount is $6,000). You pay no taxes on the principal or the accrued interest until you begin withdrawals, at which time you will likely be in a lower tax bracket. CCFCU invites you to talk with our IRA consultant for specific information about account procedures, rates and legal requirements.

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Other Resources

  • Share Savings Account
  • Individual Retirement Accounts
  • Money Market Account
  • Super Senior Account
  • Student Account
  • CAMPUS Youth
  • Christmas Club
  • Scottie Savers Youth Account