Our Checking Accounts
From paying for groceries or gas to getting money at the ATM for dinner and a movie, Alliance’s personal checking options can help. All of our accounts offer you 24/7 access to your funds, free online banking and bill pay and much more. Courtesy Pay is also available on all checking accounts in good standing.
|Free Checking Account||Best Interest Checking Account||CU Succeed Teen Checking Account|
|Minimum to Open||$5||$5||$5|
$0–$10,000: 3.01% interest rate (with an APY of 3.01%)
$10,001–$100,000+: 0.15% (with an APY of 0.15%)
|Check Writing Limits?||No||No||No|
|ATM Card?||Yes (for qualified members)||Yes (for qualified members)||Yes (for qualified members)|
|Online Bill Pay?||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Requirements?||No||Have at least 25 debit card transactions post and settle, have at least one direct deposit post and settle, pay three bills with Bill Pay or recurring ACH (combined) per month and enroll in e-statements||Must be 16+ (with parent/guardian)|
Receive 0.25% off new consumer loans
Receive a $200 lender credit towards first mortgage closing costs
Free first box of checks
0.50% APR* discount on first car loan
0.50% APR* discount on computer loan
*APR = Annual Percentage Rate. For qualified members. Age restrictions may apply. May require co-signer.
Additional Checking Services
- Visa Debit Card
- Instant Issue Debit Cards are now available!
- Tel-A-Connect: Telephone Banking
- Overdraft Options/Courtesy Pay
- ATM Access
- Reorder Checks
- Savings Calculator
- Budget Calculator
Make the Change
Looking to change banks? ClickSWITCH makes it fast and easy to switch your accounts to Alliance Credit Union!
To open an account, stop by one of our many conveniently located branches. See branch for additional terms and conditions.
To open an account, stop by one of our many conveniently located branches. Minimum to open account is just $5. See branch for additional terms and conditions.
Federally-Insured by the NCUA. Your savings federally insured to at least $250,000 and backed by the full faith and credit of the United States Government by the National Credit Union Administration, a U. S. Government Agency. Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) are insured separately to $250,000 by the NCUA.