When you are ready to start saving, let High Country Bank help you build your future. Reach the peak of your personal financial protection by planning ahead and find a savings plan that works for you. High Country Bank wants to be your partner in this effort. Take advantage of our many ways to save automatically. See a Customer Service Representative to get started saving today!
Save as you Spend Savings
Save money while you make every day purchases! When you enroll in our Save as You Spend service, we round up the amount of any point of sale debit card purchase made by you or a joint owner of your checking account to the next whole dollar amount, and transfer the amount in excess of the purchase price from your checking account to your savings account.
Let High Country Bank make saving for the holidays easier with our Club Account. Convenient monthly transfers allow your money to build automatically. A $1 opening balance is required and a $1 minimum balance must be maintained to receive interest and keep the account open.
Make deposits and withdrawals and receive a monthly statement to track the activity on the account. The higher the balance, the higher the interest. A $1 opening balance is required and a $1 minimum balance must be maintained to receive interest and keep the account open.
New Millennium (MMDA)
This Money Market Account offers competitive tiered interest rates with limited check writing ability. Minimum balance requirements apply.
- $500.00 - $9,999.99
- $10,000.00 -$49,999.99
- $50,000.00 -$100,000.00
- $100,000.01 -$249,999.99
- $250,000.00 and above
No interest is paid on balances below $500. Also minimum balance fee is applied if account falls below $500 during a monthly statement cycle. Money Market Deposit Account Transaction limitations apply. Minimum to open is $100.
*The following conditions apply to the above savings accounts. The rates on variable accounts may change after the account is opened. We reserve the right to change the rate(s) on variable rate accounts at our discretion. Fees could reduce earnings on accounts.