Passbook Savings Accounts
Save for the future—or someone else's.
Saving For Yourself
Whether you're saving money for the short term or the long term, a savings account is a great place to start.
- New TV
- Furthering your education
Saving For Someone Else
An FDIC-insured savings account is a great way to save up money for your child or grandchild's future. Because savings accounts earn interest every 3 months, you can start a college fund, teach your children about saving money and watch their savings accounts grow as they do.
- Teach them about saving money
- First car
- College Tuition
Contact one of our new accounts officers to open a savings account today.
Terms and Conditions
|Minimum Opening Balance 1:||$50.00 (A service charge of $7.50 will be charged if the balance falls below $50.00 during the quarter.)|
|Fee Per Withdrawal:||$5.00 per withdrawal after 3 per month|
|Minimum Balance to Earn Interest 1||$50.00|
|Dormant Account Fee:||$10.00 per quarter after 1 year|
|Interest Payment Frequency:||Quarterly (March 1st, June 1st, September 1st, December 1st)|
1 Minimum balance does not apply to students.