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As Congress considers critical new infrastructure spending, policymakers are eyeing unconventional sources of revenue to fund their plans.
One proposal under consideration would require credit unions and other financial institutions to report to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) how much money has gone into and out of accounts holding more than $600.
A Share Draft account works much like a Checking Account.
A key difference between share-draft accounts and many checking accounts is that the former earns interest. Credit Unions pay interest and dividends on shares held by account holders.
There is no minimum amount to open your share draft account.
You can get easy access to your money by:
Overdraft fees, Insufficient Funds fees, or other fees may reduce the earnings on the accounts listed above.