Accounts

We offer a variety of accounts that will perfectly fit your lifestyle. All checking accounts include free member services such as debit cards with rewards as well as access to more than 30,000 surcharge-free ATMs. 

 

No matter where you are in life or how much you’ve saved so far, we’re here to help you make the most of your money. Whether you’re in school, starting your first job, raising a family, or preparing for retirement or a special occasion, you’ll find an account at American Heritage that fits your needs and goals. Plus, we make it easy to track your balance with our Online Teller, Mobile Teller app, and Phone Teller.

 

Savings Accounts

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Choose from one of American Heritage Credit Union's great savings accounts and watch as your financial dreams become a reality.

Money Market

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Earn more while having the flexibility to access your funds with American Heritage Credit Union's Money Market accounts.

Youth Accounts

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Help your child develop healthy spending and saving habits with one of AHFCU many unique youth accounts that will fit the specific needs of your child.

Educational Savings Account

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American Heritage Credit Union wants the best for your child. Start saving with our Education Savings Account, ensure your child has the brightest future.

Independence Debit Card

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American Heritage CU's Independence Debit Card provides the ultimate customer convenience and security while earning ScoreCard Rewards.

Credit Cards

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An American Heritage Mastercard® gives American Heritage CU customers a secure card for everyday transactions that earns rewards with every purchase.

ATM/Debit Card

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Get easy access to the cash in your American Heritage Credit Union checking account and make purchases at any merchant that accepts an ATM card.

Prepaid Card

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American Heritage Credit Union has teamed up with VISA® to bring you the convenience of prepaid cards! Learn more!

Helpful Savings  Tips

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4 Financial Lessons That Set Your Kids Up for Success

By: American Heritage
04.01.21
April 1st marks the beginning of both National Credit Union Youth Month and Financial Literacy Month, so what better time to find resources to teach your child about money? Passing along your experience and insight is one of the greatest gifts you can give your kids. This is especially true when it comes to supporting their financial literacy. Building a strong financial foundation from an early age will help set them up for success throughout their lifetime. Here are four areas to focus on.

Did You Know About these Credit Union Member Benefits?

By: Holly Benedetto
03.25.21
When you join a credit union, you join a community. As a member of that community, you get a say as a shared owner of the credit union as well as a host of other benefits, like financial education, events, and discounts! Your American Heritage account comes with special member prices on tickets, insurance, and more. But did you know about these additional benefits?

6 Ideas for Productive Financial Spring Cleaning

By: Holly Benedetto
03.18.21
Spring cleaning is about more than just opening the windows and letting the fresh air in! Use the inspiration a new spring brings and dust the cobwebs from an area that may not get as much tidying as others – your finances.

How Your Finances Affect Your Health and Ways You Can Support Both

By: American Heritage
03.04.21
In study after study, researchers have found a clear link between a lack of financial security and a variety of health issues, like high blood pressure, heart disease, and anxiety and depression. Additionally, financial problems can cause stress and relationship issues as well as make it harder for some people to access the things that keep them in the best health, like quality healthcare and nutritious food.

Important Disclosures

The National Credit Union Administration, a U.S. Government agency, insures your shares at American Heritage up to $250,000. IRA and IRA Certificates are insured an additional $250,000 by the Excess Share Insurance Corporation, a private insurance company. You have the security and peace of mind of knowing that your retirement savings are insured up to $500,000.