Introducing a brand new high-yield checking account – TruRate Checking

Put your money to work with TruStone Financial’s new TruRate Checking. You’ll earn 2.02% APY* on your balances up to $20,000 – even on your day off. To qualify for this checking account you’ll need the following:

ONLINE BANKING | Check your balances, transfer money within your account and pay bills on your schedule with Online Banking.
eSTATEMENTS | Decrease the number of paper bills you receive and view your statements securely through Online Banking.
VISA DEBIT AND CREDIT CARD |Use your TruStone Financial debit and credit cards for your everyday purchases instead of carrying cash. Just be sure to make a minimum of 12 combined purchase transactions each month.
$2,000 MINIMUM BALANCE | It’s comforting to know you have a cushion of cash in your checking account.

Let your money work for you while you enjoy the benefits of a great checking account. Open a TruRate Checking account today at your nearest branch, with our online application center or call 800.862.1998.

 

*APY = Annual Percentage Yield.  TruRate Checking receives 2.02% Annual Percentage Yield (APY) on balances up to $20,000 and 0.10% APY on balances over $20,000 by adhering to the following conditions: Account holders must maintain active Visa credit and debit cards (a combination of a minimum of 12 transactions posted by the last business day of the month for debit cards; second to last business day for Visa credit card transactions), enroll in and maintain Online Banking and eStatements and maintain a minimum daily balance of $2,000. If any of the requirements are not met in a given month, the APY drops to 0.10% on all balances. Accounts closed before the end of the calendar month will earn 0.10% APY on all balances for that month.  A $20 monthly fee will be assessed if the balance falls below required $2,000 minimum on any given day. Limit one account per household. Primary account holder must be 18 years of age or older. TruRate Checking is not available for trust or business accounts.  Federally insured by NCUA.