Checking Rates

Here’s some checking rates

As of 6/17/2024

Type*APYInterest RateMinimum BalanceDisclosures
Direct Interest Checking0.05%0.05%


Advantage 50 Interest Checking0.05%0.05%


Preferred Interest CheckingBalances under $1,500 – 0.05%;
Balances $1,500 or more – 0.10%
Balances under $1,500 – 0.05%;
Balances $1,500 or more – 0.10%


*Interest rates are subject to change. Fees could reduce earnings.

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