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Savings, CDs, Money Markets

Our savings accounts are the smart choice for stashing away the money you need to achieve your long-term financial goals.

You’re always able to access your accounts online, via smart phone or text messaging so, whether you choose a regular savings account, Certificate of Deposit or Money Market account, LBC offers the perfect solution to meet today’s financial lifestyle.

Regular Savings

Jump start your journey to financial security by opening one of our Regular Savings accounts. With interest paid, regardless of the account balance, your money begins to grow immediately and you will receive quarterly statements to track your progress. You'll receive unlimited in-person teller transactions. Per regulation, savings accounts are limited to six (6) online, telephone, or third party transactions per month.

Certificates of Deposit

Offering competitive fixed rates in variable terms to meet your needs, Certificates of Deposit (CD’s) are a smart choice when you don't need immediate access to your funds and you want a guaranteed rate of return.

There are no monthly or quarterly service fees and no penalty to withdraw accrued interest. Penalties may be assessed for early withdrawals of principal.

Premium Money Market

Our Premium Money Market account offers competitive tiered rates to help you maximize the value of your balances, while giving you flexibility when you need it. You'll receive unlimited in-person teller transactions. Per regulation, money market accounts are limited to six (6) online, telephone, or third party transactions per month. Monthly service fee may be waived with minimum daily balance of $1,000 or more.

Individual Retirement Accounts

Planning for retirement? Our professional staff can help you open a new IRA today. Whether you are creating your own plan or supplementing your existing retirement plan you’ll find competitive rates and no monthly service fees. Check with your tax advisor to find out if your contributions qualify as a tax-deduction. Penalties may apply for early withdrawal of principal.