Account earns current interest with quarterly compounding.
- $5.00 monthly fee if balance falls below $100
- $5.00 for each withdrawal in excess of 3 per month
- Automatic Savings from checking
- Loan Discount with Auto Payment from account
- Monthly fee waived for minors.
- The perfect account to begin your child’s savings program.
- The way to go for anyone whom is wanting a savings account with a small minimum balance requirement
FIRST Money Market
- Premium Rates on Balances Between $10,000 and $99,000
- Super bonus rate on balances over $100,000
- Companion checking account required
- No Public Funds
- $100,000 Minimum to open account
- $10 per month if daily balance falls below $1,000
- $7.50 per withdrawal in excess of the 6 items per month
Personal Money Market
A great way of having your funds invested to earn a competitive rate of return while having them available to you with the convenience of checking. $1,000 minimum to open. Six withdrawals allowed per month. Money market rate on balances $1,000-$9,999
- Premium rate on balances $10,000-$49,999
- Super bonus rate on balances over $50,000
- $15 per month if daily balance falls below $2,500
- $7.50 per withdrawal in excess of 6 per month
Individual Retirement Accounts
Retiring? Making a career change? If you will be receiving dollars from a retirement plan sponsored by your former employer, let PlantersFIRST help you avoid unnecessary taxes and penalties by rolling those dollars into an Individual Retirement Account.
If you are currently saving for your retirement, take advantage of the new higher contribution limits for Traditional and Roth IRAs. You may qualify to contribute up to $6,000 per year. IRAs still offer tax advantages for most contributors.*
As a small business owner, consider the SEP or Simple IRA plan as a way to provide retirement savings for yourself and your employees*
An excellent way to save money for your Christmas spending
- No minimum balance
- $25 penalty for early withdrawal
- You will receive a check for the balance of your account at the beginning of the holiday season
*Consult your tax advisor