Established by a Fiduciary and held by an individual
- Fiduciary must be eligible for DCU membership
- Requires a legal documentation
- Any DCU Savings or Checking Account can be set up as a Fiduciary Account
- Federally insured to $250,000 by NCUA
Fiduciary Account Details
This type of account is useful for members when they have special legal responsibilities. The account is established by a Fiduciary. The account is held by an individual usually acting as Executor, Administrator, or Guardian.
- The Fiduciary must be eligible for DCU membership
- Legal documentation must be furnished to DCU before we can open the account.
- A Fiduciary Account is opened using the Social Security Number of the individual who owns the funds or the Tax ID Number of the estate.
- Any type of DCU savings or checking account can be set up as a Fiduciary Account.
- A DCU Debit Card or DCU ATM Card can be issued in the Fiduciary's name only.
- Loans are not available on a Fiduciary Account and funds cannot be used as collateral for loans
This account is federally insured. Each beneficiary's interest is insured separately from other accounts held by the Ward or Fiduciary, if applicable, up to $250,000. Funds held in multiple accounts in the name of a Guardian for the benefit of a Ward are added together and insured up to $250,000.
DCU cannot provide legal, tax, or estate planning advice. We suggest you discuss your particular situation with a tax consultant or advisor.