Midwest Money Market Savings

Midwest Money Market Savings


Upgrade to a higher interest rate as you build your account balance. Our Money Market Savings pays premium interest on high-balance accounts — including tiered rates to progressively reward growing savings.

Open your Money Market Savings account with a $1,000 deposit. Plus, pay no monthly service charge unless your balance falls below $1,000. Of course, tiered Money Market Savings rates should accelerate your savings upward and onward.

Money Market Savings Details:

  • Earn tiered interest that rewards larger account balances
  • $6 monthly service charge if your daily balance falls below $1,000 any day during the statement cycle
  • You are limited to a total of six (6) monthly transfers or withdrawals from savings deposit accounts by check, debit card, or similar order payable to third parties.
  • Unlimited withdrawals in-person, by mail, by messenger, or ATM
  • Get refunds of ATM fees, up to $5 per transaction*
  • ATM card
  • Free Online Banking
  • Free Mobile Banking
  • Monthly itemized statement
  • First order of Money Market checks free
  • ID Theft Resolution (Provided by your local Midwest Bank office)
  • $1,000 minimum deposit to open

Check out our current rates. Or, see how much you can save with our savings goal calculator!

*Refund fees up to $5/transaction with original receipt brought to any Midwest Bank office within 60 days of the transaction.


Why ICS℠?

Would you like to access multi-million-dollar FDIC protection on your deposits and earn interest at the same time? Now you can – through ICS℠.*

With ICS, you can have it all:

  • Rest assured. Make even large deposits eligible for protection that's backed by the full faith and credit of the federal government.
  • Earn interest. Put excess cash balances to work in interest-bearing savings accounts (money market deposit accounts).
  • Save time. Work directly with just our bank – a bank you know and trust.

How can deposits greater than the standard FDIC insurance maximum be eligible for insurance by the FDIC?

The FDIC generally insures up to $250,000 of a customer's deposit accounts in a given insurable capacity at an FDIC-insured depository institution. Your ICS funds are divided into amounts under the standard FDIC maximum and placed with other ICS Network members – each an FDIC-insured institution. This makes your deposit eligible for FDIC insurance at each member bank. By working directly with our bank, you can access insurance through many. You do not pay a fee to use this service, and you receive just one consolidated, monthly account statement from us. (You can also see, online, where your funds are at all times.)

How often can I access my funds?

You can withdraw ICS funds up to six times per month.

Who has custody of my funds?

Funds placed through ICS are only deposited in FDIC-insured banks. We act as custodian for your ICS deposits, and the subcustodian for ICS deposits is The Bank of New York Mellon, the largest custodian in the world with total assets of more than $25 trillion.**

Who provides the additional FDIC insurance when my funds are placed using ICS?

Through ICS, funds are placed in savings accounts (money market deposit accounts) with ICS Network members, and those Network members provide you with access to the additional FDIC insurance coverage. Working directly with just our bank, you can access coverage through many.

Is my account information safe?

You work directly with just us – the bank you know and trust. As always, your confidential information remains protected.

*Placement of your funds through the ICS service is subject to the terms, conditions, and disclosures set forth in the agreements, including the ICS Deposit Placement Agreement, you enter into with us. Limits and customer eligibility criteria apply. Program withdrawals are limited to six per month when using the ICS savings option.

**As reported by The Bank of New York Mellon in June 2012. Please see http://www.bnymellon.com/about/index.html for details.

ICS is a service mark of Promontory Interfinancial Network, LLC.