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Make Your Money Work Better for You!

Open a CD or Money Market Account Today



Now that interest rates have started rising, you can benefit from better rates -- something everyone can appreciate.

 
That's why you should look into opening a CD or Money Market account through Mutual of Omaha Bank.
 
Right now, we're offering great options to help you grow your nest egg, whether you're saving for retirement or your next vacation.
 
 
   Certificates of Deposit*
     13-Month CD1.40% APY
    25-Month CD1.65% APY

    36-Month CD1.85% APY


   Money Market Account**
   (New Accounts Only, Fixed for Six Months)
       Opening Deposit $1,000 │ 1.00% APY
    Opening Deposit $10,000 │ 1.10% APY
     Opening Deposit $25,000 │ 1.25% APY

Don't wait to take advantage of these rates. They won't last forever!
 
 
Find a Bank Location Closest to You or call 866-351-5646.

 

 

APY (annual percentage yield) effective 9-5-17. Please contact a personal banker for further information about applicable fees and terms. Rates subject to change.

*Minimum opening deposit $1,000 required to open Certificate accounts. Minimum collected balance of $1,000 required to earn interest. Penalties may be imposed for early withdrawal. Maximum deposit $10,000,000.

**Minimum opening deposit $1,000, 10,000 or $25,000 for Money Market accounts to obtain disclosed APY. Fixed Premier Money Market account is effective for six months after account opening. After 6 months, your account will convert to a variable-rate Premier Money Market account. At that time, the interest rate and APY will be a variable rate and may change. Your interest rate and APY will be based on the balance in your account.  Minimum collected balance of $1,000 required to obtain disclosed APY. Maximum collected balance to obtain the disclosed APY is $10,000,000. Fees could reduce earnings. New money only (money not currently held by Mutual of Omaha Bank).