Personal Checking

A variety of account options lets you choose the account that fits your unique situation.  All with the convenience of a free debit card, internet banking, e-statements, mobile banking apps and online bill pay. Stop in and talk to one of our new account specialists today!

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  Eagle Checking Freedom Checking Standard Checking Premier Checking Interest Checking Limited Checking
Minimum Balance No Minimum Balance No Minimum Balance   $100.00 - Minimum Daily Balance*
OR
$300.00 - Average Daily Balance
 $100.00 - Minimum Daily Balance*
OR
$500.00 - Average Daily Balance
 $500.00 - Minimum Daily Balance*
OR
$800.00 - Average Daily Balance
No Minimum Balance
Service Charge  -0- $6.00 per monthly statement cycle  No Monthly Service Charge with Required Balances
OR
$6.00 per monthly statement cycle
No Monthly Service Charge with Required Balances
OR
$6.00 per monthly statement cycle
No Monthly Service Charge with Required Balances
OR
$6.00 per monthly statement cycle
$.40 per debit that exceed 10 debits paid during a statement cycle.**
Pays Interest        
Unlimited Check Writing            
Free Online Banking            
Free Internet Bill Pay            

We reserve the right at any time to require not less than 7 days notice in writing before each withdrawal from any interest bearing account other than a time deposit, or from any other savings account as defined by Regulations D. fees could reduce the earnings of the accounts

*Or, there will be no monthly service charge if you maintain a minimum daily balance of $5,000.00, calculated by combining the full amount of principal in each of your Savings, Time Certificates, Money Market and other Checking Accounts each day.
**A debit is any transaction that removes funds from your account, such as checks paid, transfers between accounts, withdrawals (including ATM), automatic payments, etc.
†The average daily balance is determined by adding the full amount of principal in the account for each day of the period and dividing that figure by the number of days in the period.
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