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Carolina Trust Bank customers can choose form a wide variety of savings accounts designed to meet your specific savings goal. From savings and money market accounts to CDs and IRAs, we have the solution that is right for you.

 

Carolina Personal Savings

  • $50 minimum to open
  • Minimum daily balance of $50
  • $2 service charge per month for balances less than minimum
  • Earns interest that is compounded daily and credited quarterly
  • Allows six (6) withdrawals per month ($1 per withdrawal over 6)1
  • Free, unlimited telephone access banking and free online banking access

 

Carolina Minor Savings

  • $10 minimum to open
  • Minimum daily balance of $10
  • $2 service charge per month for balances less than minimum
  • Earns interest that is compounded daily and credited quarterly
  • Allows six (6) withdrawals per month ($1 per withdrawal over 6)1
  • Free, unlimited telephone access banking and free online banking access

 

Carolina Market - MMA

  • $1,000 minimum to open an account
  • Minimum daily balance of $1,000
  • Maintain minimum balance in the account each day to obtain the disclosed Annual Percentage Yield
  • Six (6) free check/debit transactions per statement cycle1
  • $2 per debit transaction fee (per item) over the permissible allowed during a statement cycle
  • Interest rate is tiered based on balance
  • Interest is compounded daily and credited monthly

 

1Savings and money market accounts are defined under Regulation D as limited transaction accounts.  As a result, you may make   six (6) transfers from your savings or money market account each monthly cycle, if preauthorized or automatic transfer or telephone (including data transmission agreement), order or instruction, or by check, or draft, debit card or similar order (including POS transactions) made by you and payable to third parties.  Withdrawals you make when you are present in our bank or at an ATM are unlimited.  Excessive withdrawals over the limit may result in fees, account closure, change of account type, termination of transfer capability or other remedial action.