We also offer a special MSUFCU member discount on TurboTax. This easy-to-use program offers an inexpensive alternative to costly tax services and confusing paper tax forms. Enjoy step-by-step guidance, faster refunds, and more!
Funding an IRA may allow you to take a tax deduction for your IRA contributions. Take advantage of this option and open or fund your MSUFCU IRA. Choose from Traditional and Roth IRAs as well as Coverdell Education Savings Accounts (CESAs) and Health Savings Accounts (HSAs).
Open your MSUFCU IRA online, or stop in to any MSUFCU branch.
Make saving for your future a possibility with an MSUFCU IRA Loan. Whether you open a Traditional IRA, which provides tax-deferred growth, or a Roth IRA that offers tax-free qualifying withdrawals, both will be beneficial for retirement. Plus, IRAs can offer great tax advantages!1 Fund your IRA with our IRA Loan today!
Borrow up to the amount deposited to an IRA Certificate at a loan rate 2 percentage points above the rate paid on the MSUFCU Certificate you select.
If your MSUFCU IRA Certificate rate is 1.50% APY, the loan rate for the IRA Loan will be 3.50% APR.
IRA Loan Term:
Term of the Certificate
MSUFCU IRA Loan Amounts:
Maximum: $5,500 ($6,500 for catch-up contributors age 50 and over)
Set Up Your IRA Loan
Call us at 517-333-2222 or 800-678-6967, or stop by any of our branches to set up your IRA Loan today!
1MSUFCU does not offer tax advice. Be sure to discuss your specific tax situation with your tax advisor.
When preparing your tax return, you'll be asked to include the amount of interest or dividends earned on your accounts in 2015. If your account earned $10 or more in dividends in 2015, a 1099-INT form will be issued for your account. Once available, you can access this form online by signing into ComputerLine, click on “My Profile,” and then click on “Tax Information.”
If you need to know the amount of dividends earned on your accounts prior to your 1099-INT form becoming available, you can view the dividends earned on your account for 2015 by logging into ComputerLine, selecting the Manage menu, and then choosing the Yearly Summary option under Account Information and Research.
If your account did not earn a minimum of $10 in dividends in 2015, a 1099-INT form will not be created for your account for this tax year. You can still view the dividends earned on your account for 2015 by logging into ComputerLine, selecting the Manage menu, and then choosing the Yearly Summary option under Account Information and Research.
If you hold a mortgage with MSUFCU, a 1098 form for 2015 is available in ComputerLine. You can access this form by signing into ComputerLine, click on “My Profile,” and then click on “Tax Information.”