Vacations, a rainy-day fund or a leaky roof repair (we hope it’s just the first one) savings make it all happen.
Your Benefits Await
Apply for your Member Savings Account today to start taking advantage of these competitive rates.
Dividends on your entire balance
No monthly fees
Access to amazing products, including loans
It all starts here. For access to loans with delightfully competitive rates, member programs, a handy mobile app and more, just open a Member Savings Account.
Start an account with as little as $5.
Higher rates from us (yay) mean higher returns to you (double yay). Money Market Accounts at Sno Falls offer you:
- Interest on every cent in your account
- Competitive rates on entire balance
- No minimum balance fee
- Just $1,000 opens an account
- Up to 6 withdrawals per month
(Uniform Transfer to Minors Act)
We’re here to make life a tad easier by helping with your child’s financial future. An UTMA account is a convenient, uncomplicated way to gift money, real estate or art.
The account is maintained by you (in the minor’s name) until they turn 21 years old.
Visit one of our two convenient locations to open a UTMA account.
Today they’re saving to build a Lego house. Someday, a real house. Lifelong savers start when they’re young. This account lets kids ages 17 and younger earn while they learn.
Just $5 opens an account that:
- Earns dividends on all savings
- Has no fees, ever
Visit one of our two convenient locations to open a Youth account.
Enjoy Sno Falls CD Rates
Your hard-earned cash is that — yours.
By placing it in a CD you keep your money safe while giving it more earning power with a higher rate of interest.
Non-members must join Sno Falls before opening a CD.
Sno Falls Members may log into online banking and select the “New Savings” tab to open a CD.
Swipe & Save
This is saving, simplified. With every debit card2 purchase, we automatically round the transaction up to the nearest dollar and transfer the difference to a designated savings account.
Earn []2 on balances up to $2500 and []2 on balances over $2500.