Personal Checking

The right checking account can help you to manage your money, earn interest at competitive rates, and provide simple ways to avoid a Monthly Maintenance Fee (Service Charge). Every Tri Counties Bank checking account comes with Online Banking, Mobile Banking, access to over 32,000 surcharge-free MoneyPass® ATMs and 24-Hour Automated Customer Service. 

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Savings and Money Market

Whether you’re just starting to save or saving for something big, make the most of your money with a Tri Counties Bank savings or money market account. Each savings and money market account is safe, secure and FDIC insured. Enjoy the convenience of earning interest with easy access to your funds.

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Consider opening a Traditional or Roth Individual Retirement Account (IRA) even if you already contribute to an employer-sponsored plan. 

These accounts allow you to save for specific retirement goals and provide long-term, tax-advantaged savings opportunities to help you make the most of your financial future.

These accounts are available as both Retirement Savings and Retirement Certificates of Deposit accounts. 

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Certificate of Deposit (CDs)

Certificates of Deposit accounts allow you to lock in and earn interest at competitive rates on account balances for specified terms. Our certificates are FDIC insured . They feature competitive interest rates, so it’s easy to grow your investments safely.

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Prepare yourself and your student for higher education with a savings plan before they arrive on campus. A Coverdell Education Savings Account (CESA) helps you save for educational expenses. These accounts are available as both CESA Savings and CESA Certificates of Deposit accounts.

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Health Savings Account (HSA)

Health savings accounts are like personal savings accounts but the money in them is used to pay for certain medical expenses tax-free*, as allowed by the IRS**. It's a handy way to contribute to and draw money from the funds towards your medical plan deductible, any coinsurance or co-payments.

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For personal accounts, please consult the Consumer Fee Schedule for current service fees, and the Consumer Deposit Account Agreement and Disclosure for terms and conditions.