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Savings and CDs

You work hard for your money, so why shouldn't your money work just as hard for you? With a Planters Bank savings account, you can be confident with the return on your investment...earning highly competitive interest rates. And you'll be secure in knowing your money is safe and FDIC insured for up to $250,000.

Go Savings 
Basic Savings 
Money Market Accounts 
Tiered Money Market IRAs 
Certificates of Deposit 
60-month CD Special 
Young Savers 
Health Savings Accounts

 

Go Savings

Use your Planters Bank Visa® Check Card for everyday purchases and watch your savings account grow.

Each time you make a point-of-sale (POS) purchase with your Planters Bank Visa® Check Card*, we’ll transfer $1 (or $.50 if you prefer) from your Planters Bank checking account to your Go Savings account.** Using your Check Card is a smart way to spend. The money comes directly out of your checking account at no charge to you. And now with Go Savings, every purchase you make adds up to more savings to you.

* Planters Bank Visa® Check Card is subject to approval.
** Only point-of-sale (POS) transactions qualify.

 

Basic Savings

If you are ready to save money by earning interest on easy-access funds, this account is perfect for you.

 

Money Market Account

This is a great interest-earning account if you desire a higher rate of return with unlimited access to your money.

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Tiered Money Market IRA

Start planning for your future and take advantage of great interest rates. Your contribution could even help lower your current tax bill.

 

Certificates of Deposit

With a Planters Bank CD, you can receive guaranteed, higher-than-average interest rates to help your money grow! Individual Retirement Account Certificates of Deposit are also available.

See our 60-month CD Special.

 

Young Savers

Perfect for savings customers under age 19 who want great interest rates with no monthly fees.

 

Health Savings Accounts

HSAs allow individuals with High Deductible Health Plans (HDHP) to accumulate tax-free funds for qualified medical expenses. (Consult a tax adviser for details.)

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