Bangor Savings Bank offers a variety of personal deposit accounts. They offer three checking accounts and savings and money market accounts. Those accounts include a savings account for kids and one for the holidays. Bangor offers CDs that range from three-month terms to five-year terms.
Bangor Savings Bank offers a wide variety of business accounts. Those accounts include business checking and savings accounts. They offer business credit cards and insurance options. Bangor offers cash management and payroll services for businesses.
The Bangor Savings Bank CDs offer competitive rates. The interest rates for these CDs are competitive with other online CDs. The terms range from three months to five years. The amount required to open each CD is $500.
Most Bangor Savings Bank accounts have low required amounts to open. Each of the checking accounts requires $25 to open. Two savings accounts also only need $25 to open. The CDs each need $500 to open.
The Benefit Money Market and Market Rate account have high opening required amounts. These accounts each need $5,000 to open and to earn interest. Balances below $5,000 do not earn interest. There is a $10 monthly fee if the Market Rate account drops below $5,000. The Benefit Money Market does not have a monthly fee.
Some Bangor Savings Bank accounts have tiered interest rates. To earn the most competitive rate for the MMA requires an account balance of $100,000. The savings account requires $25,000. Amounts under that balance earn interest, just not the most competitive rate.
Bangor Savings Bank accounts are not available to anyone across the United States. Only residents of Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Vermont can open an account. You can open some accounts online if you are a resident of one of these states. A few accounts require visiting a branch location.
Some accounts require having a Bangor checking account first. To open the Benefit Savings and MMA requires having a Bangor checking account. Once you have a checking account, you qualify to open these other accounts.
First IB only requires $25 to open the free checking and savings account. The Interest checking, Money Market Savings, and Tomorrow's Tycoons require $100 to open. CDs required $1,000 to open. The HSA does not have a required amount to open.
First IB accounts earn competitive interest rates. The account rates are competitive with other online-only accounts. To earn the best rate for the checking account only requires $500 in the account. The savings accounts do not have a set limit to earn the competitive interest rates.
A variety of accounts are available through First IB. The accounts include:
First IB is a member of the ATM Plus network, giving you access to millions of ATMs across the U.S. Certain accounts with First IB reimburse up to $10 each month in ATM fees. The Interest checking, money market, and regular savings offer the reimbursement option.
Most First IB accounts have a monthly fee. The fees range from $2 to $10 each month. Waive the fees by keeping an average daily balance in the accounts. The required balances vary between accounts.
The First IB Money Market Savings account requires a daily balance of $4,000 to avoid the monthly fee. The Interest checking account requires $500 to avoid the fee. Free savings and checking accounts do not have a required balance to avoid the monthly fee.
The early withdrawal penalty for First IB CDs are high. CD terms for three-months requires 90 days of interest. Terms from six to 18-months require 180 days of interest. The fee for CD terms over 24-months is 360 days of interest.
The government limits the withdrawals from savings accounts to six per month. The excessive withdrawal fee for First IB accounts is $30 per extra transaction, which is higher than other banks. The withdrawals restrictions apply to the money market and Free savings accounts.