Savings Accounts1

Savings accounts are simple. They are interest-bearing accounts that can add a little momentum to your budget. And, they provide a convenient way to save for specific financial needs or an "emergency" fund.

All First Midwest Savings accounts feature . . .

  • Competitive interest credited monthly
  • Free eStatements 
  • Free Online and Mobile Banking
  • Deposits done in person, by Debit Card, by automatic transfer from a First Midwest Checking account, or with employer-offered Direct Deposit
  • Access to your funds at any time.
  • Combined statements with your other First Midwest accounts

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Account Details 

Diamond Savings 

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  • Exclusively available to our Diamond Checking clients
  • Our highest savings rates combined with the full liquidity of a traditional savings account
  • No maintenance fees when you maintain a monthly $50 Systematic Savings Plan from your Diamond Checking account (or a $1,000 minimum daily savings account balance)

Investor Reserve Savings 

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  • The perfect blend of security and return
  • Features the accessibility of a traditional Statement Savings account and offers higher returns with a tiered rate structure, so the interest you earn grows as your balance increases

Statement Savings 

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  • The easiest way to put yourself on the path to a healthy financial future
  • Deposit funds into your FDIC-insured account when you visit a branch,
  • Execute a transfer between your First Midwest Checking and Savings accounts via Online & Telephone Banking, at any ATM, or via direct deposit
  • Withdraw funds when you need them at any ATM or by visiting any of our branches 
  • As a special benefit for select clients, the monthly maintenance fee is waived - regardless of balance - for those under the age of 18 and over the age of 652 

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