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Money Market

Achieve growth, flexibility, and a premium interest rate

Put your money to work with our competitive money market account.

First Bank's Money Market Account provides an exceptional balance of growth and liquidity, making it an ideal choice for savers looking for more from their savings strategy. The account offers higher interest rates compared to regular savings accounts, allowing your funds to grow faster while still providing the flexibility to access your money when you need it.

Our Money Market Account is perfect for individuals who want to maintain easy access to their funds without sacrificing earning potential. With tiered interest rates, the more you save, the more you earn, making it a smart choice for building your financial future. Additionally, this account comes with the convenience of check-writing capabilities, plus Digital Banking for easy online account management, blending the benefits of both savings and checking accounts.
Minimum to open
$10,000 or more
Monthly service charge1
$0 when a daily balance of $10,000 is maintained, otherwise $10
On daily balances $2,500 and greater. Ask for details and current rates.
Allowable number of transactions
6 per month or statement cycle, then $.50 thereafter

Start enjoying the benefits of high-yield savings with the flexibility you require.

Get your Main Street Money Market account from First Bank and start optimizing your savings today.

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1Checking and savings accounts, excluding Student Savings and Christmas Clubs, are considered dormant after 365 days of inactivity, regardless of balance. Dormant checking accounts will be assessed a $5 monthly fee, and dormant savings accounts will be assessed a $5 quarterly fee.