Future Payment Fund


Farm Credit Services Southwest has established the Future Payment Fund Program for our customers to ensure funds are available for future loan payments or future operating expenditures. By setting up a Future Payment Fund account, you can keep your cash liquid for your agriculture operating needs while also earning a market rate of return. Read more about this program below.

Who’s eligible?

The primary borrower, as determined by the unique customer number associated with an active loan commitment. An initial minimum of $5,000 is required to open a Future Payment Fund account. Your maximum balance is limited by the amount of your total loans and leases with Farm Credit Services Southwest.

You can set up an interest-bearing Future Payment Fund when you establish a Farm Credit Services Southwest loan or lease, or at any time after your loan or lease is in place. Farm Credit Services Southwest reserves the right to limit participation in the Future Payment Fund Program.

What interest rate will my FPF account earn?

Your Future Payment Fund earns interest at a rate determined by Farm Credit Services Southwest. The rate typically changes with other market-based interest rates and may change as frequently as the first of each month. The interest rate during any calendar month is established by Farm Credit Services Southwest before that month begins. Your Future Payment Funds cannot earn interest at a rate higher than your loan’s interest rate.

Interest accrues daily on your Future Payment Fund principal and is compounded monthly. Interest earned is subject to the same withdrawal requirements as Future Payment Fund principal.

When can I withdraw from a FPF?

You may withdraw funds from a Future Payment Fund account to apply against Farm Credit Services Southwest loans or for any agricultural purpose consistent with your borrowings from Farm Credit Services Southwest. Requests for withdrawals for other purposes are subject to Association approval.

How are my transactions processed?

You can choose to add or withdraw from your Future Payment Fund using the features of online banking. You can also move funds between your depository bank and Farm Credit Services Southwest via electronic transfer or by phoning your branch office.

How safe are the funds in my FPF account?

The Future Payment Fund Program is voluntary. The program is NOT a depository account and future payment funds are uninsured and at the risk of loss. Borrower is solely dependent on the financial condition of Farm Credit Services Southwest with respect to honoring the terms of the Future Payment Funds Program. Your funds are protected by the commitment and financial condition of Farm Credit Services Southwest. Copies of the most recent reports reflecting the Association’s financial condition are available in each Farm Credit Services Southwest office or at FCSSW.com under “About Us/Financial Highlights”.

Will I be notified of changes?

The specific terms and conditions of the program are contained in the Future Payment Fund Agreement. From time to time, Farm Credit Services Southwest may review program parameters. Terms and conditions of the program may be changed with advance notification to participating customers.


The Association will comply with applicable reporting requirements of federal income tax laws. Interest earned on your Future Payment Fund is reported annually to you and to the Internal Revenue Service on Form 1099-INT. Consult your tax specialist regarding the taxability of this income by federal, state, local and other applicable jurisdictions.