At Liberty Bank, starting your own savings account is simple, even if you're a banking beginner.
Deposits on all checking accounts are FDIC insured up to the allowable limits.
*Monthly Service Fees are reduced if account holder opts-in to receive electronic statements.
Let us provide the tools and resources you need to achieve your financial freedom. We offer easy-to-use online and mobile banking services that give you 24/7 access to your accounts.
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With no minimum balance, service charge or deposit requirement, our First Savings account can help minors say "yes" to start saving for their future and the things they want to buy along the way.
Great for young customers or those seeking to maintain a smaller balance, these accounts require nothing but a $50 opening deposit. There are no minimum balance requirements, and Liberty Bank debit cards are available on request. First accounts don't, however, offer checking capabilities.
To get started with a First Account, click the 'Contact Us' button below. Send us a note and request a callback or an appointment time at your local branch.
Our Personal Savings account's low starting balance and interest on any size balance makes it easy for your savings goals to shine with potential.
Requiring only $50 to open, these flexible accounts gather interest on balances of any size. A generous APY helps you reach your savings objectives.
To get started with a Personal Savings account, click the 'Contact Us' button below. Send us a note and request a callback or an appointment time at your local branch.
Liberty Bank offers traditional IRAs, alongside Roth, Education and Rollover options to help address the diverse needs of our many customers. These accounts require only $500 to open, and contributions may be tax-deductible.
Since earnings on your retirement contributions are not considered taxable income until withdrawal in retirement, and are compounded, an IRA is a great way to help you achieve the financial freedom that your retirement goals require.
To get started with IRAs, CDs or the Capital Asset Fund, click the 'Contact Us' button below. Send us a note and request a callback or an appointment time at your local branch.