Savings Account features
Having money set aside helps you meet unexpected expenses, plan for future purchases or prepare for retirement. Starion’s personal banking experts can help you build a savings plan to meet your goals.
All Starion accounts feature:
- A Starion Cash card allowing withdrawals at ATMs worldwide.
- E-statements available when combined with a Starion checking account
- Online Banking
- Mobile Banking
- Variable rate interest earned daily, compounded and credited quarterly. Rates subject to change.
- Six transfers, withdrawals or automatic payments allowed each month.
Types of accounts we offer:
Meet your savings objectives with regular savings, money market accounts and youth savings. Find out what fits your needs.
Certificates of Deposits (CDs)
Starion's CDs offer higher interest rates than savings accounts for saving money for longer periods of time. There is a minimum $2,500 deposit requirement; various terms are available to meet your financial needs.
Individual Retirement Account (IRA) CDs
If you're looking for the tax advantages of a regular IRA or Roth IRA combined with the security of a CD, your Starion Personal Banker can help you with your retirement planning. There is a minimum $1,000 deposit requirement; various terms are available to meet your financial needs.
Ready to get started?
We'll be happy to help you get started with your savings goals and have a variety of options to fit your unique needs. One phone call or 15 minutes at Starion Financial is all you'll need.
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