Grow Your Savings with an Awesome Rate
Open a high-interest savings account in minutes and be on your way to meeting your goals. A $25 deposit is all you need to get started.
You'll earn 1.00% APY on balances up to $100,000. Plus, free online and mobile banking let you track your progress anytime you want, from anywhere you like.
High Interest Savings Explained: How It Works
You have several options to place money in your savings account using these sources:
- Visit a branch - You can visit any OMB branch and deposit cash or checks inside our lobbies or in our drive thrus.
- Online & mobile banking - You can transfer funds from existing OMB accounts or accounts at other financial institutions using either online banking or mobile banking. You can also deposit checks directly into your account using the remote check deposit feature in the OMB mobile banking app.
OMB High Interest Savings accounts have a $25 minimum deposit required for opening.
Interest on the balance in the OMB High Interest Savings account is both compounded and credited quarterly.
Annual percentage yield, or APY, is a calculation of the rate of return for your deposit over a one-year period that includes the interest rate plus compounding frequency. At OMB, you earn interest on a High Interest Savings quarterly.
Yes, the interest rate on this account is variable and can change after you open it.
Harness the Power of Mobile Banking
OMB's industry-leading mobile banking app puts you in control of your finances in powerful new ways. Check balances, transfer funds, pay bills, deposit checks, even chat live with our friendly staff directly in the app. With enhanced digital banking features and online security, you'll wonder how you ever lived without it. Download it now!
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