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Automate Your Savings on 6/29/2015

Manage your saving and spending money in your SLFCU account by making use of direct deposit, direct deposit distributions, and online transfers between accounts and loans.

DIRECT DEPOSITS

You can locate your 10-digit ACH account number for direct deposits or withdrawals on your checks or through CU@home®. Simply log in and navigate to the Self Service tab, then Direct Deposit Instructions or Automated Withdrawal Instructions. You also have the ability to choose how much of each direct deposit is distributed into each of your accounts on the Self Service page; click Direct Deposit Distributions in the Account Service section. Change or update your distributions at any time to help support your savings goals.

TRANSFERS

SLFCU also offers account transfers to rearrange your money however you need. Transfer between your own SLFCU accounts, to another SLFCU member, or even another financial institution. To get started, click the Transfers tab in CU@home Online and select Schedule New Transfer. Select the account from which you wish the money to be withdrawn and then find the account in the ‘To:’ drop down. For regular transfers you can select a frequency to have the transfer happen automatically however often you specify.

ACCOUNT NICKNAMES

Need a special account for a specific savings goal? Open a dedicated account so you have a clear picture of how close you are to meeting that goal. To set up an additional savings account, log in to CU@home, click the Self Service tab, and then select Open a New Account. You can choose the type of account, opening deposit amount, and even give it a nickname specific to its purpose.

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