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Wisconsin Savings Account Pays 1.05%

Wisconsin quarterIt’s rare to find a savings account that pays more than 1.00% APY.

We’ve found two recent examples in Iowa here and here. And other in Missouri.

Now we can add Wisconsin to the list.

Badger State residents can earn 1.05% APY on balances to $35,000 at First National Bank Fox Valley (www.fnbfoxvalley.com) in Neenah, Wis.

That’s better than the 1.01% APY from SFGI Direct (www.sfgidirect.com), which is the highest rate available nationally.

But to earn the top rate at FNB Fox Valley with a Kasasa Saver account, you first must open a Kasasa Cash reward checking account.

The Kasasa Cash account pays an impressive 3.05% APY on balances to $15,000, provided you follow a few simple steps each month.

You need to make at least a dozen debit card transactions, receive a direct deposit or make an automatic bill payment, and receive eStatements to earn the best rate. Doing so will also get you up to $20 in ATM fee reimbursements each month.

The Kasasa Cash account pays 0.15% APY on balances above $15,000 if you meet the monthly requirements. If you don’t, you’ll earn 0.05% APY.

A minimum deposit of $50 is needed to open this account.

Then you can open a Kasasa Saver account, which pays 1.05% APY on balances to $35,000 if you meet the monthly checking requirements. Higher balance portions earn 0.15% APY.

If you don’t fulfill the requirements, you’ll earn 0.05% APY. There’s no minimum deposit amount required to open the savings account. Neither account carries monthly service fees.

You can open the Kasasa accounts online or at one of FNB Fox Valley’s four locations.

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