Looking out for your financial future
We all have dreams. The dreams we have - saving for a dream trip, a down payment on a home, new furniture - impact the way we save. Different goals require different savings strategies. Short term, long term, emergency funds – no matter what your plan, Envision Bank has accounts that get you where you need to go. We're here for your tomorrows with accounts that help you achieve a healthier financial future.
Twenty-five bucks is all it takes to open a savings account at Envision Bank. It’s really that easy. Need a boost to help make savings a habit? Setting up automatic transfers from your checking account to your savings account allows you to get closer to your goals without having to think about it!
Saving money just got simpler. Savvy Savings from Envision Bank comes with a fantastic rate and no complicated fine print. To get started, simply deposit twenty-five bucks to open your account. From there, watch your savings grow as you earn that great Savvy rate on all balances $25+. No hooks, no strings, just smart, Savvy Savings.
Planning ahead for your dream vacation by making weekly contributions to your Vacation Club account throughout the year (and the accumulated interest on your deposits) will make going on vacation so much more fun. To make it even more convenient, you can arrange for direct deposit or automatic transfer to your Vacation Club account.
Want to enjoy the fun of holiday shopping without the sting of the credit card? Making weekly contributions to your holiday club throughout the year (and the accumulated interest on your deposits!) will make holiday shopping so much easier. And to make it even more convenient, you can arrange for direct deposit or automatic transfer to your holiday club account.
Certificate of Deposit Products (CDs)
When you're looking for a safer way to save, CDs are a strong longer term option. With a wide range of terms and interest rates, CDs from Envision Bank are flexible to satisfy your savings objectives, whatever they may be. Your interest rates are compounded monthly and you can leave your dividends to accumulate or you can transfer them, if you’d like, to your savings, checking or money market accounts.