You can withdraw money from any ATMs with the specific “Plus” logo. If you withdraw money from another ATM, you are reimbursed for the fees charged. CalFirst will reimburse up to $6.00 each statement cycle in ATM fees.
Most CalFirst accounts offer competitive interest rates. The interest rates are not tiered, so you earn the highest rates offered on any balance in the account. Interest is paid monthly on the actual daily balance.
The interest rates for CalFirst accounts are not tiered. Any amount you have in their accounts earns the competitive interest rates. You do not have to have a certain amount in the account to earn the most competitive rates.
The first order of checks is free when you open an interest checking account. You get an ATM card when you open an interest checking account. Free online bill pay comes with each CalFirst checking account opened.
CalFirst does not have a wide variety of accounts. No business accounts are available, only personal deposit accounts. One money market account and savings account are available. There is an interest checking and one regular checking account. CalFirst only offers five different CD terms.
CalFirst accounts have high opening amounts. The money market account and CDs require $5,000 to open. The interest checking account requires $2,500 to open. The savings account and regular checking account both require $1,000 to open.
The accounts at CalFirst all have a monthly fee. The fees range from $10 to $20 a month, depending on the account you open. Waive the fee by keeping a set amount in CalFirst accounts. You can also have a combined balance between a variety of CalFirst accounts.
Not all the CD terms offer competitive rates. The most competitive rates are the three-month, six-month, and the one-year terms. The two-year and three-year terms have interest rates much lower than the other terms. Regular CDs require $5,000 to open. The IRA CDs require $2,000 to open. The only fees are if you withdraw the money before the maturity date.
To open Mutual of Omaha Bank accounts requires low amounts. The online checking account only requires $100 to open. The other checking accounts require from $100 to $1,000 depending on the account. The savings and money market accounts require $100 or $1,000. The online money market requires $1,000 to open.
Mutual of Omaha Bank offers a variety of personal deposit and business accounts. They offer six personal checking accounts. A basic savings account and two money market accounts are offered. CD terms vary from 1-month to 60-months; fixed rates and standard rate CDs offered.
Mutual of Omaha Bank offers an online checking and money market account. The online checking account only requires $100 to open. There is not a monthly fee if your balance is above $100. Balances over $1,500 earn interest. The money market account requires $1,000 to open, waive the fee, and earn interest. These accounts are available in all states.
To earn the most competitive rates for the online accounts does not require a large sum. The online money market account only requires $1,000 to earn the best rate. The online checking requires $1,500. Amounts over $250,000 earn much lower rates.
Mutual of Omaha Bank checking and savings accounts have monthly fees. Those fees range from $3 to $15 depending on the account. Waive the fees by keeping a set balance in the account. Those balances range from $100 to $10,000 depending on the account.
Not all accounts are available in all states. Mutual of Omaha limits the accounts to specific states. The online money market and checking account are available in all states. Most accounts must be opened at a branch location.
Not all Mutual of Omaha Bank accounts offer competitive rates. The online accounts offer rates competitive with other online accounts. The CDs and other accounts offered through branch locations are not as competitive. The rates may change based on the state you open the account in.
To earn the most competitive interest rates requires a large sum. The Mutual of Omaha Bank money market account requires $250,000 to earn the highest rate. The investment checking requires $50,000.