Savings, CDs & Money Markets

Growing your savings takes more than just a rainy day jar. We have the tools to help you set aside your money.

 

Statement or Passbook Savings

Money Market

Certificates of Deposit

Minimum to open account
$25 ($10 for minors).
$100.
$1,000 ($500 for minors and $100 for IRAs).
Minimum to earn interest $​200 ($​10 for minors); this is a variable-rate account.
$1,000; this is a variable-rate account.
$1,000 ($500 for minors $100 for IRAs).
Details $​4 Per Month if balance falls below $​200. (Free for minor accounts up to age 18).
$10 Per Month if balance drops below $1,000. Limit of six electronic/check transactions per month.
Terms from 3 months to 5 years. Monthly interest payments available for accounts with $10,000 or more.
 

Statement or
Passbook Savings

Minimum to open account
$25 ($10 for minors).
Minimum to earn interest $​200 ($​10 for minors); this is a variable-rate account.
Details $​4 Per Month if balance falls below $​200. (Free for minor accounts up to age 18).

Money Market

Minimum to open account
$100.
Minimum to earn interest $1,000; this is a variable-rate account.
Details $10 Per Month if balance drops below $1,000. Limit of six electronic/check transactions per month.

 

Certificates of Deposit

Minimum to open account
$1,000 ($500 for minors and $100 for IRAs).
Minimum to earn interest $1,000 ($500 for minors $100 for IRAs).
Details Terms from 3 months to 5 years. Monthly interest payments available for accounts with $10,000 or more.

Save for your child’s future today.

piggy-bankWith a Coverdell Education Savings Account, you can contribute up to $2,000 after-tax annually per child. And the best part is, when the funds are withdrawn they’re tax-free. A Coverdell ESA can help you save for a child’s education expenses, such as tuition, fees, books, supplies, equipment, and in some cases, room and board. Contributions can be made by family members, corporations or other individuals until the child reaches age 18. Assets from the ESA can also be transferred or rolled over from one ESA to another ESA for the same child or an eligible family member of the child. Now that’s smart.