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Personal Money Market
Treasury Money Market
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NorthSide Community Bank Insured Money Market Accounts give you variable market interest rates and provide liquidity. The interest rate has been tiered so that more money you save, the higher the interest rate. You can access your funds each time you come into the bank. We can set up automatic transfers to this account from either your checking account or savings account. Government regulations restrict the number of checks written to three per month. The Treasury Money Market Account offers a higher rate of interest on larger balances. The interest rate is indexed to the 90 day U.S. Treasury Bill rate and can change weekly. This account is advantageous for larger deposits where you do not anticipate frequent transactions. This account can also be set up as your personal "sweep" account for excess balances. Our Money Market Accounts are insured by the FDIC

Personal Money Market

The NorthSide Community Bank Personal Money Market account provides liquidity while providing variable market interest rates. Balance levels are tiered to provide those accounts with higher balances a higher rate of return. Certain government regulations pertain to the number of withdrawals and checks that can be written during the monthly statement cycle.

Treasury Money Market

The Treasury Money Market Account offered at NorthSide Community Bank provides a liquid investment opportunity while the interest rate is indexed to the 90-day Treasury Bill. The minimum balance on the Treasury Money Market account is $25,000.00. The account is limited to 2 checks or withdrawals per monthly statement cycle.

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