That new car you’ve been wanting … that vacation getaway you’ve been putting off … those new home improvements you’d like: all are great reasons to open a personal savings account at 1st Source.
It’s a good idea to set aside a little “rainy day” cash, too. And don’t forget life’s inevitable emergencies. A savings account really is an essential part of any sound financial plan. Trust the experts on this.
Trust us as well to have just the right savings account to help you meet your financial goals.
Pay yourself first with Savings Transfers
We make transfers into your 1st Source Bank savings account quick and easy. Whether making a one-time transfer or using scheduled transfers to set it and forget it, you can watch your savings grow! Just follow these simple steps.
You can find your routing number at the end of your check.
- Routing number: 071212128
- Account number
- Starting number of your next check
For Savings Account products, you are allowed four (4) withdrawal transactions from your Savings Account per statement cycle (or month if you have a quarterly statement cycle) before we charge a per-withdrawal Excessive Withdrawal Fee. For Money Market Accounts, you are allowed six (6) withdrawal transactions per statement cycle (or month if you have a quarterly statement cycle) before we charge you the per-withdrawal Excessive Withdrawal Fee.
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A CD is similar to a savings account in that it's FDIC insured and virtually risk-free. However, a CD has a specific length of time, or term, that your money is held (often three months, six months, or one to five years) and usually, a fixed interest rate.
- Great rates with guaranteed returns.
- Wide variety of terms available to fit your needs.
- Knowing your investment is FDIC insured up to $250,000 per depositor.
Interest on CDs is paid at least once per year in several methods:
- Accrued interest is added to the principal annually or at maturity if the CD period is less than one year.
- Interest is directly deposited to your checking or savings account monthly, quarterly, semiannually, or annually.