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Money Market Account

The Firstrust Money Market account is built for long-term savers who want to yield great results. With this interest-earning account, you can watch your savings grow.

Money Market

Account Benefits

Digital Secure Banking

Digital Banking

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Earn Interest on All Balances

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Overdraft Protection†

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Automatic Transfers

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Mobile App


Digital Tools Keep You Connected 24/7

We’ve made it easier than ever to pay your bills, check your accounts, move your money and contact Customer Care. All the features you need from the comfort of your favorite device.

Track Your Savings Goals

Stay on top of your finances with in-depth visualizations and charts of spending, assets, and debts.

Manage Your Budget with Transaction Categories

Sort your transactions by category (like dining out, gas, groceries and more) and create custom subcategories to keep things organized in a way that works for you and your budget.

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Financial Wellness Courses

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Financial Foundations

Understand the basics of key financial concepts to enhance your financial education and make more informed decisions.

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Building Financial Capability

Understand how to better manage your money and avoid some common financial dangers.

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Investing in Your Future

From paying for college to developing saving strategies, learn how to be more financially prepared in the years ahead.

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Annual Percentage Yield (APY) is subject to change at any time without notice at the bank’s discretion. Fees may reduce earnings.

Minimum to open Money Market account is $25. To avoid monthly service charge and to earn interest a $1,000 minimum daily balance is required.

Set up overdraft protection transfers to move funds to your checking account when needed to stop overdrafts (see the Retail Banking Fee Schedule).

Retail Account Agreement, Funds Availability, & Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) Disclosure

Retail Banking Fee Schedule

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