Investment FAQs

How do I create a new investment?

To create a new investment, complete our Purchase Application. Please attach a voided check if you would like to enroll in electronic banking (section 5). We are able to receive new applications via our website, email, fax, UPS, Fed-Ex or the postal service.

How do I receive online access to my investment?

Call our office during business hours to request an access code and we will be happy to help you set this up over the phone.  This will allow you to access your investment records 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

How do I add to my current investment certificate?

You may request to add to your existing investment via our Investment Addition Request form located here.  This form may be submitted via our website, email, fax, UPS, Fed-Ex or the postal service.

Will I receive a confirmation for my deposits?

If you have online access, then you will be able to see all account activity online any time 24/7. Statements are generated quarterly and are available online or via the postal service.

What are the penalties for early withdrawal?

Initial Term of Cert                                            Early Withdrawal Penalty

Up to 24 months                                             1% of the amount redeemed

Over 24 months, up to 36 months            2% of the amount redeemed

Over 36 months                                              3% of the amount redeemed

How do I withdraw funds from an investment?

You may request to take funds out of your existing investment via our Investment Distribution Request form located here.  This form may be submitted via our website, email, fax, UPS, Fed-Ex or the postal service.

Can I make recurring deposits to my investment?

Yes! If you are setting up a new investment, you may request to add to your investment monthly or weekly in Section 5 of our Purchase Application.

If you would like to set this up on an already existing investment, you can make this request via our Investment Addition Request form located here.  This form may be submitted via our website, email, fax, UPS, Fed-Ex or the postal service.

I would like my interest paid out to me. What do I need to do?

If you are setting up a new investment, you may request to have your interest paid to your checking account one time or on a monthly or quarterly basis in Section 4 of our Purchase Application.

If you would like to set this up on an already existing investment, you can make this request via our Investment Distribution Request form located here.  That may be submitted via our website, email, fax, UPS, Fed-Ex or the postal service.

I represent a church/organization. What documents do I need to open an investment on their behalf?

You will need a Purchase Application and Corporate Resolution.  If you would like for us to do electronic banking, you will also need to submit a copy of a voided check or other bank documentation showing the church or organization name, account number and routing number for the checking account.

What is a Custodial Investment?

A custodial investment allows you to save under the name and Social Security Number of a minor until the age of 21.

How do I fill out the Purchase Application for a Custodial Investment?

The parent’s or legal guardian’s information would be filled out under the Owner and Co-Owner sections.  The minor child’s information would be placed under the “Custodian” area in Section 2.

What are the necessary documents for a Custodial Investment?

A custodial investment allows you to invest for the future of your child or grandchild.  The investment is opened under the name and Social Security Number of the minor child until they reach the age 21, per the Colorado Uniform Transfers to Minors Act.

Do you offer College Savings Plans?

We offer Custodial Investments in lieu of official 529 College Savings plans.

How do I fill out the Purchase Application to open an investment under the name of my trust?

The trustee’s information would be filled out under the Owner and Co-Owner sections.  The trust’s information would be placed under the “Trust Agreement” area in Section 2.  We also need a copy of the entire trust.

Can I set up direct deposit into my investment from my employer?

No, unfortunately we cannot offer this service at this time. Because this is an investment, not a savings account, your investment does not have a routing number to have funds sent directly into it from your employer.

I don’t have checks for my checking account, what can I send instead?

Any document from your bank showing your name, full account and routing number. Each bank may have different items that will meet this requirement.

I have a check that was written to me, but I want to add it to my investment. Can I sign it over to TSF and send it to you?

No, unfortunately we are unable to accept any third party checks at this time.

Will I receive checks or a debit card for my investment?

No, unfortunately we cannot offer this service at this time.

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