Our Money Market Account is designed for businesses and individuals who want the high return of an investment account with the liquidity and flexibility of a checking account.
This tiered account earns a premium interest rate, compounded monthly. Enjoy some of the highest money market rates and access to your money when you need it.
*Annual Percentage Yield (APY) is based on monthly compounding. Fees may reduce earnings.
365-day lock at 1.00% APY. Certain restrictions apply. APY will revert to the APY in effect for Green Money Market accounts 12 months after the initial deposit is made. This is a tiered rate account; current tiers and APY are: $0.00 - $9,999.99, .15%; $10,000 - $49,999.99, .15%; $50,000 - $99,999.99, .30%; $100,000 - $499,999.99, .40%; $500,000 - $999,999.99, .40%; $1,000,000 - $1,999,999.99, .25%; $2,000,000 - $4,999,999.99, .25%; $5,000,000 and over, .10%.
New accounts may not be funded with existing Green Bank funds - NEW Money Only.
Limited time offer effective 09/01/17 and rates are subject to change.
$2,500 minimum to open money market account; $5,000 minimum daily balance required to avoid $15 monthly service charge.
Money market transaction limitations apply; unlimited withdrawals in person or by ATM; up to six debit transactions per monthly statement cycle; $15 fee for each debit transaction over six.
Annual Percentage Yield will revert to APY in effect for Green Money Market accounts if balance exceeds $1,000,000. Call for current Green Money Market APY.
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Keep on top of account balances by using our no-cost online banking system or by calling our 24 hour telephone banking system. Transfers between accounts can be completed (at no charge) by using one of these services as well.
Green Bank Guardian Alert
sends a text message when your debit card is used in a type of transaction that is most common in fraud cases: