Savings Account Comparison

money market plus SAVINGS
Interest Paid: Yes1,2 (Tiered)
Benefits: Free Checks (optional)
Minimum Balance Required: $5,000
Monthly Balance Fee: $10 if below minimum balance
Monthly Debit Item Fee: 6 free debits per month, $1.50 for each additional debit
(limit of 6 transfers or withdrawals by check, debit card, or other methods payable to third parties per calender month)
 
money market SAVINGS
Interest Paid: Yes1,2 (Tiered)
Benefits: Free Checks (optional)
Minimum Balance Required: $1,000
Monthly Balance Fee: $5 if below minimum balance
Monthly Debit Item Fee: 6 free debits per month, $1.50 for each additional debit
(limit of 6 transfers or withdrawals by check, debit card, or other methods payable to third parties per calendar month)

statement SAVINGS
Interest Paid: Yes1
Benefits: Minimum balance fees waived for age 18 and under
Minimum Balance Required: $100
Monthly Balance Fee: $3 if below minimum balance
     (Monthly Balance Fees waived for age 24 and under)
Monthly Debit Item Fee: 6 free debits per month, $0.50 for each additional debit
 
economy SAVINGS
Interest Paid: Yes1 (On balances over $50)
Benefits: Minimum balance fees waived for age 18 and under
Minimum Balance Required: $50 (average)
Monthly Balance Fee: $3 if below average balance3
Monthly Debit Item Fee: 6 free debits per month, $0.50 for each additional debit


$25.00 minimum opening deposit required on all accounts.

1) Your interest rate and annual percentage yield may change at any time at our discretion. Interest begins to accrue no later than the business day we receive credit for the deposit of noncash items (for example checks). Interest will be compounded daily and credited to your account on your monthly or quarterly statement. We use the daily balance method to calculate the interest on your account. This method applies a daily periodic rate to the principal in the account each day.

2) This is a tiered rate account. Your interest rate and annual percentage yield may change based on the daily balance in your account.

3) Average daily balance is calculated by adding the principal in the account for each day of the period and dividing that figure by the number of days in the period.