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Pay Yourself First Savings Account

Everyone should have a saving program.

The best way to save is to pay yourself first. This saving account is designed to help you establish a routine saving plan that works for you. You start by making a regular deposit each and every month of $25 or more. There will be no minimum balance requirement.

Are you saving for a special purpose or are you just building that emergency fund for those unforeseen life events that catch you off-guard. Either way this account works for you. You may want to have several of these accounts for special purposes. You can name each account with a name you choose. Maybe for that special vacation, that down payment on a new car or a house. You may be saving just for those expenses that don't come up every month, like property taxes or those seasonal bills. Use it to put money away for Christmas or those other special times that you share with your family.

The Pay Yourself First Savings account offers you:

Minimum to Open
$25 or Auto
No charge for use of BNM ATM's
Free use of BNM ATM's
24 Hour Telephone Banking
24 Hour Telephone Banking
Online Banking
Online Banking
Online Bill Pay
 
Electronic Statement
Electronic Statement
Paper Statement
Paper Statement
Earns Interest
Earns Interest
  • No opening deposit when an automatic transfer of $25.00 is established, otherwise $25.00.
  • Account balance earns interest which is compounded daily and paid quarterly.
  • Withdrawals in excess of 6 per quarter will result in a service charge of $3.00 per transaction.
  • Monthly service fee of $3.00 will be assessed if automatic transfer is not maintained and the minimum daily balance falls below $300 each month.
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