Certificate of Deposits (CD)
For clients who have excess funds, and do not see an immediate need for those funds in the near, or not so near, future. CDs provide a fixed rate of return on your investment.
- Special CD promotions are run from time to time
- Early withdrawal penalties are assessed when a withdrawal is made prior to maturity. An all interest, or three month interest or six month interest penalty, depending on the term of the CD, is assessed. These penalties apply, whether or not the interest has been earned. Therefore, the penalty could reduce the principal balance of the client’s account.
- Clients may choose to receive their interest quarterly, semi-annually, or annually. These interest payments can be received in one of three ways:
- Capitalized (compounded) - crediting of interest to the principal of the certificate
- CD Check - a check for the amount of interest would be mailed to the client
- Transfer - the interest would be automatically transferred to a Securant Bank & Trust savings or checking account
- At maturity, CDs are automatically renewed at current market rates, unless the client otherwise notifies the bank. Approximately ten to fifteen days prior to maturity, clients are sent a maturity notice. They then have a ten-day grace period after the maturity date. During this period, the client can withdraw or reinvest their funds without penalty. Note: if the funds are withdrawn, interest will only be paid through the maturity date.
18 Month Variable Account
Saving Time Deposit provides a safe and flexible way to grow your savings while earning a competitive rate.
- Variable rate interest paid monthly
- Interest rate indexed to 91 Day T Bill Discount Rate* plus 50 basis points (*Rate used is the rate established at Auction on the Third Monday of the prior month as published in The Wall Street Journal)
- Quarterly statements
- Minimum initial deposit
- Automatically renewable
- Monthly interest transfer available
- Additional deposits may be made at any time without changing the original maturity date
- Principal may be withdrawn within 10 days after maturity
- Special withdrawal privileges for IRA accounts
Individual Retirement Arrangement (IRA)
A Securant Bank & Trust IRA allows you to save money for retirement providing you an extra measure of comfort and peace of mind. Choosing the correct IRA is an important decision. Securant Bank offers you the option of a Traditional IRA or a Roth IRA. Retirement accounts are separately insured by the FDIC.
The Traditional IRA allows you to defer taxes on your earnings until they are withdrawn from the account. Also, certain contributions are tax deductible in the tax year for which they are made. See your tax advisor.
- No IRS tax penalties applied to distributions (“withdrawals”) prior to age 59 1/2 if used for education or a first time home purchase.
- Increased household income limits. Now, millions more Americans may make deductible contributions.
- The only IRA allowing tax deduction of contributions. Some income limitations apply.
Income tax on earning may apply on withdrawals.
The Roth IRA is a non-deductible account that features tax-free withdrawals for certain distribution reasons after a five-year holding period. Since contributions to a Roth IRA are non-deductible and taxed in the year they are earned, people who expect to be in a higher tax bracket when they retire may benefit more from a Roth IRA than a Traditional IRA. See your tax advisor
- A non-deductible IRA with tax-free earnings. Earnings on this account are not taxed under two conditions: investments must be held for at least five years; and they must be used for one of these qualified purposes - higher education, a first home ($10,000 limit), age 59 ½, death, or disability.