Bank Deposit Disclosures for Consumers
Bank Disclosures and Information for Consumers
For additional details about our deposit products, please refer to the Deposit Account Agreement, a current rate sheet and our Consumer Deposit Account Fee schedule, which are available at all of our Associated Bank branch locations. Please see the Consumer Deposit Account Fee schedule for other fees that may apply to your Associated Bank deposit account, including overdraft/non-sufficient funds related charges, stop payment and other charges. All product offerings may not be available in every Associated Bank location and rates may vary by region. Check with your banker for current product offerings at your local Associated Bank branch.
The following disclosures supplement the Deposit Account Agreement and apply to Associated Bank Checking products:
1. Please refer to the Preferred (with Checking) APY on the current Deposit Account Rate sheet or ask a banker for more information. Rates require related accounts to be held under identical customer ID numbers. In order to qualify for Preferred APYs, a checking relationship with Associated Bank is required.
Interest Rates and Annual Percentage Yields (APYs)
APYs are published on the Associated Bank rate sheet, available at your Associated Bank office. Specific interest rate information on your account will be provided prior to opening an interest-bearing account. Interest rates and APYs on interest-bearing checking are variable, may vary by market and may change at our discretion. Interest is calculated using the daily balance method. This method applies a daily periodic rate to the collected principal balance in the account each day. Interest is compounded and credited based on a 365/366-day year. Interest begins to accrue no later than the business day we receive credit for the deposit of non-cash items (for example, checks). Fees applied to your account may affect your earnings. For current rates, contact us or your local banking office.
2. Interest on checking account is paid on the daily collected balance.
If your savings and/or money market account(s) are added to a combined statement, the service charge period will be changed to match the primary account for that combined statement. Interest (if applicable) will post at the frequency originally disclosed, based on the cycle date of the lead account. If you combine two or more checking accounts on the same statement, check safekeeping is required on all but the primary statement account. To simplify your life, request a combined statement by calling 800-682-4989, 24/7/365, or use our secure message form.
3. Ask your banker to link your accounts. Closing your checking account means applicable minimum balance requirements and maintenance fees will apply on the linked accounts.
4. Combined balances include the aggregate average balance of any deposit and/ or investment accounts using an identical customer taxpayer ID number on record. Deposit and/or investment accounts include checking, savings, money market, CD/IRA, and HSAs offered by Associated Bank, N.A. Member FDIC.
In addition, annuities, mutual funds, and brokerage account balances for customers of Associated Investment Services (“AIS”) are also included.
SECURITIES AND ADVISORY SERVICES ARE OFFERED BY ASSOCIATED INVESTMENT SERVICES, INC. (“AIS”), member FINRA and SIPC, d/b/a Associated Investment Services Group in Minnesota. Insurance products are offered by licensed agents of Associated Financial Group, LLC (d/b/a Associated BRC Insurance Solutions in California). Associated Financial Group uses Associated Benefits and Risk Consulting (“ABRC”) as a marketing name. AIS and ABRC are affiliates of Associated Banc-Corp (“AB-C”). AB-C and its affiliates do not provide tax, legal or accounting advice. Please consult with your tax, legal or accounting advisors regarding your individual situation. Associated Bank is a marketing name AB-C uses for products and services offered by its affiliates. Securities offered are NOT deposits or obligations of, insured or guaranteed by Associated Banc-Corp ("AB-C") or any bank or affiliate, are NOT insured by the FDIC or any agency of the United States, and involve INVESTMENT RISK, including POSSIBLE LOSS OF VALUE.
Exclusions may apply, please ask a banker for details.