First Flex Access Account

The First Flex Access Account is a flexible account that earns higher interest rates than a savings account combined with more withdrawal and deposit flexibility than a CD.

With the First Flex Access Account, you benefit from automatic interest rate increases and penalty-free withdrawals and deposits once anytime each 6 month period.

Benefits:

  • Higher interest rate than a traditional savings account
  • Penalty-free withdrawals once anytime each 6 month period1
  • Deposit previous withdrawal amounts once anytime each 6 month period2
  • More convenient than managing multiple CDs or savings accounts

Requirements:

  • Consumer deposits only, excluding IRAs
  • Minimum opening balance of $10,000
  • Must maintain at least a $10,000 balance to avoid penalty
  • Must maintain at least a $10,000 balance to earn interest
  • Deposits may not exceed previous withdrawal amounts

Interest Rate Structure:

  • 0 - 6 Months................1.10%
  • 7 - 12 Months..............1.35%
  • 13 - 18 Months............1.60%
  • 19 - 24 Months............1.85%
  • 25 - 30 Months............2.10%
  • 31 - 36 Months............2.35%
  • Total APY..............1.73%

Call or visit your local branch to discuss if this account is a good fit for your financial needs!

 

*APY is based on the following interest rates paid on 6 month intervals over 36 months: 1.10%, 1.35%, 1.60%, 1.85%, 2.10%, 2.35%. Rates are accurate as of 1/16/2019 and are subject to change without notice. Minimum balance to open and obtain APY is $10,000. One withdrawal and one deposit are allowed each 6 month period without penalty if $10,000 minimum balance is maintained and deposits do not exceed any prior withdrawals. Withdrawal fee of $10 per allowable withdrawal. This account is single maturity.
 
1 Regulation D requires us to charge an early withdrawal penalty on a withdrawal made within the first 6 days of account opening, or within the 6 days following a partial withdrawal.
 
2 Deposits are not allowed within 10 days of account maturity.