Money Market Checking

Earn interest without a long-term commitment.

Overview

The Money Market Checking Account is our highest performing checking account and is a great choice if earning more interest is important to you.   

Benefits

The more you deposit, the more you earn.

Free Internet Banking and

E-Statements

Free Financial Management Tools

Free Mobile Banking with Mobile Check Deposit

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Features

  • Easy access to your money with the flexibility of 6 withdrawals per month+*

  • Competitive interest rates

  • Only $1,000 minimum deposit to open

  • Interest is compounded daily

  • Your deposits are insured by the FDIC up to $250,000

  • Direct Deposit

  • Mobile Banking

    Get our free app and manage your account on the go – check account balances, transfer funds, and more right from your smartphone or tablet.

Money Market Checking Fees

Minimum to Open

$1,000

Minimum Balance

$1,000

Monthly Maintenance Fee

$7.50 if minimum balance not met

Money Market Checking Rates

Daily Balance APY*
$50,000 or more

0.70%

$25,000-$49,999

0.60%

Less than $25,000

0.50%

*APY=Annual Percentage Yield. Promotional rates effective as of 03/04/2017 and valid for new accounts only; personal or business. Rates are subject to change without notice at any time. Rates may change after the account is opened. Money Market Checking accounts are NOT eligible for our Deposit the Difference program. 

+Regulation D limits withdrawal and transfer transactions you can make out of your savings or money market accounts to a maximum combined total of six (6) per month or monthly statement period if those transactions are not done in person in a bank branch. An Excess Activity Fee may apply for each transaction that exceeds the limit. You may not process more than 6 online transfers to external accounts. If you exceed this limit, your ability to transfer funds to an external account will be disabled until the next statement cycle. Please refer to your Account Agreement for details.

See Checking or Savings for account requirements. Fees may reduce earnings on the account.