Certificates of Deposit

Elk State Bank offers Certificates of Deposit (CDs) ranging from 91 days to five years at competitive interest rates. CD's require a minimum deposit of $1,000.  Interest is compounded or paid either quarterly or at maturity depending on the length of the CD. As with other Elk State Bank deposit products, our CDs are insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC).

We are members of the Promontory Interfinancial Network, specifically Certificate of Deposit Account Registry Service (CDARS) and Insured Cash Sweep (ICS) which breaks up large deposits to amounts below the maximum FDIC insured limit and places them across a network of banks and savings institutions. Everything is handled through our bank, yet your deposits are safe and FDIC insured through others.

 
Online banking...Anytime, Anywhere.  Check balances, transfer funds and pay bills without having to leave home!

Online banking...Anytime, Anywhere. Check balances, transfer funds and pay bills without having to leave home!

Batter up!  When you show your support for our youth programs, the whole community benefits.

Batter up! When you show your support for our youth programs, the whole community benefits.

Make your dream home a reality.  Talk to us today.

Make your dream home a reality. Talk to us today.

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Holiday Spending Simplified

Simple budgeting throughout the year can provide you extra cash for the holidays. Open a Christmas Club account today.

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