Savings & CDs
Metropolitan National Bank can help you save and invest your money wisely. We offer a variety of savings opportunities to fit your personal financial situation.
Introducing Metropolitan National Bank’s latest innovative program – Metropolitan Round-Up. This new service is an easy way for our customers to save money and balance their checkbook by rounding up their debit card purchases to the next dollar. It’s simple and the savings can really add up!
Start saving today with a Metropolitan Classic Savings account. With a low minimum opening deposit of just $50 ($25 for minors), it's an easy start to making your money grow.
First Flight Savings (Minor Savings Account)
Savings program will allow children to earn their wings (and premium prizes).
Classic Money Market
The checking account that rewards you for your total banking relationship, offering higher interest on higher balances and many free services.
Certificate of Deposit
Metropolitan Certificates of Deposit (CDs) offer great flexibility with competitive interest rates on a variety of terms to match your savings needs. Interest can be compounded, paid by check, or deposited to your Metropolitan checking or savings account. Our online yield calculator can help you determine how to increase your savings level. Early withdrawals are subject to penalties.
Individual Retirement Accounts
A Metropolitan traditional IRA offers tax benefits to help you reach your retirement savings goals. All wage earners are eligible for an IRA and all account earnings are tax deferred until the time of distribution. Tax deferral gives your money greater compounding potential. Your IRA contributions may also qualify for tax deferral. Consult your tax adviser regarding tax deferral on your IRA contributions.
Health Savings Account
Plan for a healthier future for yourself and your family with a Health Savings Account from Metropolitan National Bank. Use it for paying or reimbursing medical expenses.
Important information about procedures for opening a new account
To help the government fight the funding of terrorism and money-laundering
activities, federal law requires all financial institutions to obtain, verify
and record information that identifies each person who opens an account. What
this means for you: When you open an account, we will ask for your name,
address, date of birth, and other information that will allow us to identify
you. We may also ask to see your driver's license or other identifying