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Save like you mean it

There’s never a bad time to start saving more.

Choose the account that fits your goals

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Membership savings

Start your nest egg with a $5 deposit and make unlimited monthly transactions.
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Super savings/money market

No minimum balance required to start earning interest, with rates that grow as your balance does

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Health savings account

Set aside pre-tax dollars from your paycheck to cover costs associated with your high-deductible health plan, including co-pays, coinsurance, and deductibles

Saving for retirement can be taxing

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That’s why Vibrant offers both traditional and Roth IRA savings accounts. Whether you prefer to maximize your savings dollars or avoid taxes as you make withdrawals, we have a solution that works for you.

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FAQ

Is there a limit on the number of fee-free transactions I can make through my savings account each month?

There’s no limit, though with some accounts (like an IRA savings account), there may be limitations on when you can make withdrawals.

How often is interest paid on my savings account?

Vibrant pays interest you monthly, based on the average daily balance in your account that month. Even if you temporarily dip below the minimum balance required for your dividend tier, you can return to earning a higher dividend once your balance increases.

I want to set aside money for my next vacation away from my primary savings account. Can I set up a separate savings account for that?

You can set up as many special savings accounts as you like, with no monthly maintenance fees. Save for vacation, a wedding, a down payment for your first house, or something less exciting (like the taxes on your freelance income). 

Do I need to have a high-deductible health plan to open a health savings account?

Yes. You can only contribute to a health savings account if you have a high-deductible health plan. However, if you have a balance remaining after switching from a high-deductible plan, you can continue to use those funds for qualified medical expenses (including co-pays, coinsurance, deductibles, and other expenses).