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Savings Accounts

A Financially Secure Tomorrow

At Waukesha State Bank, we take pride in providing our customers with a complete variety of savings plans. Our customer service representatives are able to assist you in selecting the plan that will help make your dreams for tomorrow come true.

Listed below are all of our savings account options.


Regular Savings Super Saver Friendly's Club Christmas Club Eagle Money Market Health Savings Account
Best Fit For: People looking for a simple and affordable savings plan. The customer who prefers a higher interest rate. Kids ages 0-15. People looking to save for holiday expenses or a special purchase. Higher balance personal and business savings customers who want competitive rates without sacrificing access to their funds. People with high-deductible health plans.
Minimum to Open $10 $1,000 $10 $1 $1 $0
Minimum Balance to Avoid Service Fee $100 $100 $0 $0 $1,000 $1
Service Fee if Minimum Balance Not Maintained $2 per month1 $2 per month1

$10 per statement cycle
Other Fees $10 per electronic transfer if over 6 per month2 $10 per electronic transfer if over 6 per month2 $10 per electronic transfer if over 6 per month2 $10 per withdrawal before annual payout $10 per electronic transfer if over 6 per month2
Earns Interest Tiered based on balance Tiered based on balance
ATM/Debit Card Access


Other Requirements, Restrictions, or Notes Restricted to 6 electronic transfers per calendar month per Reg D2 Restricted to 6 electronic transfers per calendar month per Reg D2 Restricted to 6 electronic transfers per calendar month per Reg D2
Restricted to 6 electronic transfers per calendar month per Reg D2 IRS eligibility and other rules apply
Free Online Banking, Mobile Banking, & Mobile Deposit
Additional Benefits


1 Fee waived for accounts of individuals less than 18 years of age.
2 Applies only to electronic transfers via online or telephone, and pre-authorized transfers. In-person transfers are not restricted.
 
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Saving for Retirement Starts Today

The best time to start saving for retirement...was yesterday. So get going, and open an IRA!