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What accounts does Numerica Credit Union offer?

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Numerica Credit Union offers checking, savings and money market accounts, according to its website. Accounts are opened online, over the telephone or at a local branch.

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As of March 2015, Numerica Credit Union's free checking account does not earn interest, but no minimum balance is required, its website shows. Sequel checking pays interest on up to $25,000 in the account. It has free online banking, bill pay and electronic statements. Up to $25 per month in ATM fees is refunded. A teen account does not include checks but allows online and mobile banking.

Three savings accounts are available at Numerica Credit Union, states its website. All earn interest and have no monthly fees. Regular savings is opened with a minimum of $25. The account is linked to checking in order to prevent overdrafts.

Planet M Kids' Club is for children 12 years old or younger, says Numerica Credit Union. Deposits are marked on a punch card. When it is full, the credit union rewards the child with an extra $5 deposit. The youth savings account is intended for customers 13 to 23 years old. Both children and youth accounts require $5 opening deposits.

The money market account is started with a $25 deposit, explains Numerica Credit Union. Interest is earned, but no more than six debit or check transactions are allowed each month. However, electronic transfers and in-branch transactions are unlimited.

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