CHECKING & SAVINGS
Union Bank offers a wide variety of consumer checking and savings accounts. We have basic, low cost "no frills" accounts, and we have "value added" accounts that offer a number of valuable extra features. We have accounts for savers-big, small and in between. We're sure you will find an account that suits your needs.
Our most popular checking accounts are our "Hometown Checking" accounts. They offer a number of valuable extra features, pay interest, and have bonus features for our friends who are age 50 or more.
Interest Bearing Accounts (N.O.W.)
Other Interest Bearing Accounts
Please refer to our Fee Schedule for further information on the accounts listed above.
A wide variety of designs and products are available for purchase from Main Street.
The first time a check order is placed thru our new check vendor, an error message may appear pertaining to your account number. If this should occur, please contact your local branch. Union Bank strives to ensure accuracy with your check orders. We apologize for any inconvenience. Thank you for your understanding.
Whether you're saving for retirement or another purpose, Union Bank offers a wide array of Certificates of Deposit (CD's) and Individual Retirement Accounts (IRA's), with a variety of rates and terms. See our Rates for current terms and rates offered. Choose to receive your interest by check monthly or quarterly, to have the interest direct deposited to your Union Bank checking or savings account or the interest may be compounded and credited back to the certificate of deposit.
If you're wondering about IRA options, stop in and see one of our IRA experts. We can help you start saving for your retirement.
Start planning for your future by opening an IRA account at Union Bank. Individual Retirement Accounts (IRA’s) may provide you with a better financial situation after retirement. Your IRA contributions may or may not be deductible depending on your (and/or your spouse's) participation in an employer-sponsored retirement plan.
A Roth IRA is an Individual Retirement Account that provides tax-free growth. It has a tax structure unlike that of any other IRA: contributions are post-tax, but growth is tax-free; once you put your money in, you never pay taxes again. There is no age limit for Roth accounts. Whereas traditional IRA contributions are barred for individuals older than 70½, you can be any age and still contribute to a Roth IRA. Also, you can leave money in your Roth for as long as you live. Some advantages of contributing to a Roth IRA are: