RiverHills Savings Account
Saving has never been easier than with a RiverHills Savings personal account. It’s the simple and safe way to put some money away.
For funds you don’t need to access on a regular basis, RiverHills Savings is a convenient way to earn interest on your extra cash.
The minimum opening balance is $100. Interest is accrued on the daily collected balance and credited Quarterly.
There is a monthly fee of $3.00 if the daily balance falls below $1,000 any day of the month and there is a $3.00 charge for each debit or withdrawal over two per month.
NOTE: RiverHills Bank normally provides a Quarterly statement, but the statement cycle may be Monthly if any transactions for the month were electronic.
RHB uses the daily collected balance method to calculate the interest on your account. This method applies a daily periodic rate to the collected principal balance in the account each day. Collected balance is balance less uncollected funds. Interest rates on all interest-bearing accounts are subject to changes without notice at the bank’s discretion at any time.
Certificates of Deposit
RiverHills Bank can provide a Certificate of Deposit to meet your needs with maturities available from 30 days to 60 months. Certificates of Deposit provide a high-yielding savings vehicle with fixed interest rate and maturity date. CD interest may be paid by check or deposited monthly, quarterly, semi-annually or annually (any withdrawal of interest will reduce earnings). Interest can be compounded quarterly, semi-annually or annually or at maturity. At your option, your CD may be automatically renewed. There is a substantial interest penalty for early withdrawal. The minimum opening balance is $1,000. You cannot make deposits to the account during its term. You cannot withdraw principal from the account without our consent except on or after maturity. (For accounts that automatically renew, there is a ten-day grace period after each renewal date during which withdrawals are permitted without penalty.).
Coverdell Education Savings Account
A Coverdell Education Savings Account is set up to save money for education for a designated beneficiary. It is tax free to the beneficiary if used for education. It is not tax deductible to the depositor. This IRA unlike all other IRA’s is not designed for wage-earners to save for retirement, but as a vehicle for adults to save for children’s educational needs. Must be distributed before the student reaches the age of 30. RiverHills Bank's IRA's are invested into Certificates of Deposits with terms from one year to five years. Consult your tax adviser for Retirement Plans which suits your needs.
Individual Retirement Account
Traditional individual retirement arrangement (IRA) is a personal savings plan that offers tax advantages to customers who set aside money for retirement — a possible tax deduction and tax deferred earnings. Customers may be able to deduct contributions to their IRAs in whole or in part. Earnings and gains are not taxed until distributed.
A Roth IRA is nondeductible but the interest earned is tax-free if distributed for one of the qualifying reasons under distributions. The contributions must stay in the IRA for five (5) years before it achieves tax-free status on the earnings. However, if taken before the five (5) years is up for a qualifying reason, the earnings will be taxable.