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2.15% on Checking, up to $25,000.

 

.75% on Savings, up to $250,000.

 

I'm not sure how far their reach is, or who can join.

 

Was driving home and saw this advertisement at one of the branches.

 

https://www.firstutahbank.com/personal-banking/personal-deposit-accounts/kasasa-saver

 

Checking rate requires 12 debit transactions, 1 ACH auto pay and e-statements.

 

Completing all of the checking requirements gives the rate for savings, as well.

 

Don't know if it's a hard pull to join and I don't know which bureau they use if there is a hard.

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