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Savings Accounts

Interested in your money earning money? Nebraska State Bank has Savings, Money Market, CD, and IRA accounts that’ll help you grow your nest egg.

Regular Savings
  • Open with $50
  • Free Internet Banking lets you bank from your computer
  • Free Mobile Banking lets you bank from anywhere in the U.S. with your smartphone or tablet
  • Free Mobile Deposit with your smartphone saves a trip to the bank
  • Free Text Banking sends account info to your cell phone
  • Free Online Bill Pay saves you time and money
  • No fee debit card
  • No ATM fee when your Nebraska State Bank debit card is used at our ATM
  • Export your transactions to QuickBooks and Quicken with included Web Connect
  • Your choice of paper or email statement delivery
  • Contact us for rate information
  • No monthly maintenance fee if kept above $50

If balance drops below $50 at any time during the month, maintenance fee is $3.00
Additional fees may apply—for full disclosures please contact Nebraska State Bank

Christmas Club Savings
  • Nebraska State Bank offers an easy way to save up for the expensive holiday season
  • You make deposits to this account throughout the year
  • We’ll contact you in mid-November to let you know how much you’ve saved
  • Contact us to learn more
Money Market Accounts
  • Earn interest while keeping your money accessible
  • Available for both personal and business accounts
  • Allow six debits per month without incurring a fee
  • $1,000 minimum deposit to open a Money Market
  • Contact us for rate information

Additional fees may apply—for full disclosures please contact Nebraska State Bank

Certificates of Deposit
  • Earn interest with locked-in rates
  • Choose terms from three months up to 60 months
  • $500 minimum deposit to open a CD
  • Contact us for rate information
Individual Retirement Accounts
  • Nebraska State Bank wants to help you save for retirement with a Roth or traditional IRA, and there’s no minimum amount to start one
  • With a traditional IRA, money you contribute is tax deductible. But you’ll pay income tax on required yearly withdrawals after age 72, and you must stop contributing at that age
  • With a Roth IRA, money you contribute is taxed immediately and not tax deductible. However, it can be withdrawn tax-free later, the interest you earned is tax-free, there are no required withdrawals, and you can contribute at any age
  • We’d be happy to walk you through the rules and rates of each IRA type, so please contact us to learn more