Savings Plans & Accounts
Most of us strive for security in life. It reduces stress and helps us reach our goals and dreams. Financial security is usually achieved by diligently saving money. It's as simple as that. The level of security generally goes up with the balance. So does your financial savvy! Soon you've become a wise investor!
To see just how much financial security you can build, use our handy savings calculator to estimate your asset growth based on projected weekly, monthly or annual contributions.
Start today - there will never be a better time.
To help you grow your assets, reach your goals, build financial security, and realize your dreams, Benchmark offers many products and services designed to help you. They include:
- Traditional Savings Accounts
- Holiday Savings Clubs, plans start in October.
- Certificates of Deposit, available in terms from 32 days to 5 years.
- Individual Retirement Accounts, both Traditional and Roth.
Worried about the limitations of FDIC coverage?
Benchmark has the answer!
If your personal wealth is significantly more than $250,000, ask your Benchmark branch manager about CDARS or the Certificate of Deposit Account Registry Service®. Benchmark joined this special network in order to provide customers like you better access to FDIC coverage for all of your money. For detailed information on CDARS, check out our Frequently Asked Questions.
NOTICE: Paper Series EE and Series I Government Savings Bonds are no longer sold through financial institutions. You can purchase electronic savings bonds online through the U.S. Treasury Department's website at www.treasurydirect.gov. For more information, please read our special section on savings bonds.
Benchmark also offers free financial consultations and investment and insurance services for those who wish to develop a long term strategy.
Have questions or need more information about saving and asset growth? Contact us!
Ready to open a savings account or purchase a time deposit? Contact a customer service representative.
Want to find information about FDIC coverage? Visit our FDIC Resource Center.