High Rate Savings

Our high-yield savings account is designed to take your savings to the next level.


Key Features

Competitive rates

$1.00 minimum deposit to open

Interest compounded daily

No matter what you're saving for, NASB rates make better high-yield returns!

This special online savings account delivers high yield returns and convenient features, along with the trust and security of an FDIC-insured bank since 1927.

Features include:

  • $1.00 minimum deposit to open
  • A competitive rate
  • Interest compounded daily and paid monthly
  • Free Mobile Check Deposit using NASB Mobile Banking1
on balances of $1.00 or more.


  • Minimum to open: $1.00
  • $0.01 minimum monthly balance requirement
  • No maintenance fees

Online Banking FAQs

Five Star rating from Bauer Financial

Over $1.7 Billion in total deposits

A+ Rating from the Better Business Bureau

What Our Customers Say
Judith S., January 23, 2024
★★★★★ (5)

"We have savings in many different banks, and NASB contacted us to suggest one of their higher-yield savings accounts. No other bank has ever done that for us and our accounts. Wonderful service above and beyond!"

Nationally competitive products. Individualized service.


1In order to access Mobile Banking & Mobile Check Deposit, you must first be enrolled in NASB’s Online Banking and have a current email address on file. Internet and/or wireless service provider charges may apply.

2APY=Annual Percentage Yield. Available online through nasb.com only. Effective Date: 5/03/2024. Minimum balance required to open is $1.00. Interest compounded daily and paid monthly. Rates are subject to change at any time without notice. Rates may change after the account is opened. High-Rate Savings earns 4.10% APY with minimum balances between $.01-$49,000 and 4.10% APY with minimum balances between $50,000 - $1,499,999. Interest bearing Checking and Savings accounts with balances ≥ $1,500,000 earn 0.05% APY. If you close the account within 90 days of opening, a $30 Account Closure Fee will be applied to your account. Fees can reduce earning on the account.