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Savings

You might be saving up to expand your inventory, buy a new piece of equipment to help your business run more efficiently, or you could just save up for that next big opportunity. No matter what you’re saving for, we’re here to help keep your money safe and secure until you’re ready to use it.

Business Savings Account:

The Callaway Bank is an FDIC member and your deposits are insured up to the maximum allowable coverage. Please call a Personal Banker for our current interest rates, specific types of transaction limitations and applicable fees.

 

Money Market & CD’s

Signature Money Market

– $1,000 minimum to open
– Minimum balance of $1,000 required
– Interest bearing
– Interest is compounded and credited to your account monthly
– Checks are available
– Certain per-check fees and transaction limitations may apply depending on your monthly account activity. Talk to a personal banker for current interest rate information or for more details regarding this account.

Premium Money Market

– $5,000 initial deposit to open the account
– Minimum balance of $5,000 required
– Interest bearing
– Interest is compounded and credited to your account monthly
– Checks are available for a fee
– Certain per-check fees and transaction limitations may apply depending on your monthly account activity. Talk to a personal banker for current interest rate information or for more details regarding this account.

CD

CD

Long and short term CDs offer higher earnings than a regular savings account. Manage your earnings by combining your choice of time commitment, deposit amount, and either a variable rate, fixed rate or our popular “Bump” CD. With competitive interest rates, Callaway Bank CD’s is a great way to invest and earn on your extra money. Minimum to open a CD account is $500.

Withdrawal limitations and fees may apply depending on your account activity.

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