Membership, and your financial future, starts with your GSCU Savings Account.
Start saving for your goals today!
Rainy Day Fund
Taking a Vacation
To become a member you’ll need a $10 deposit to establish your savings account at GSCU and that $10 will remain in the account as the minimum balance. Please see rates for more information.
I love having a savings account that I can check right on my phone. Everyone is so friendly and nice!
- Christopher R.
Your money, up to two days early, when you use Direct Deposit with GSCU!
Employers often process payroll a few days before payday, and rather than wait until payday to give you access to your funds, Granite State Credit Union empowers you with access to your money sooner. That way you can use those funds for the big stuff you need to cover and the little stuff you don’t want to miss out on!
Take advantage of this early access for funds from your:
Take better control of your bills! You can also arrange to have your account automatically debited to make pre-authorized payments, such as a monthly gym membership, by providing the credit union's routing number and your checking account number to the vendor.
*Pending electronic direct deposits are available up to two business days earlier when GSCU receives the funds via the Automatic Clearing House (ACH) database. GSCU does not assume any liability for funds not depositing into the account early.
Set up Direct Deposit with Social Security
You will need to complete an updated membership application. To do so, visit one of our branch locations, give us a call at 1-800-645-4728 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note, all accountholders are required to sign to add or update beneficiaries.
Any accountholders can call or email and we will send them the membership application to sign and return either by email, fax or US mail.
You will need to provide their name, address, date of birth, and social security number. Providing their phone number and/or email address is also helpful to ensure we get in touch with them if the need arises.
Beneficiaries are not given rights to an account unless all owners have passed away. There is no involvement from them in order to be added. They do not sign, so they do not need to come in. This does mean you can add beneficiaries without them being aware of it and it is your responsibility to inform your beneficiaries. However, a beneficiary being aware does make the process easier and could mean faster disbursal of funds, as it eliminates GSCU trying to locate or contact the beneficiary if made aware of the owner’s passing. It may also eliminate funds sitting if we are unaware that the owner has passed.
If you are unsure who you have named as a beneficiary, reach out to us at a branch location, via phone at 1-800-645-4728, or email at email@example.com.