- Our best rates for the Farm Bureau family
- Tiered-rate account – Earn more interest as your balance increases
- Easy access to funds using free online transfers, checks, or debit card
Check deposits can be made either by mail or using your mobile device with the FBBmobile app. You may also transfer funds to your account electronically from another bank (via ACH or wire transfer) or directly deposit your paycheck (contact your employer for more info).
To make a deposit by mail, send the check and deposit slip to:
Make sure all checks are properly endorsed and include your account number on the back of the check under your endorsement.
E-Option is a paperless statement option for checking and Money Market Accounts [MMAs]. It may earn a higher rate than a non E-Option account. If you select E-Option, you will not receive a paper statement. You will view your monthly statements electronically by logging into online banking.
1 Savings and Money Market Accounts [MMA] are limited to six (6) withdrawals per statement cycle. For transactions exceeding this limit, excessive withdrawal fees may apply according to current fee schedule.
2 See applicable Deposit Fee Schedule for detailed fee information.
3 Network Deposits℠ and ICS are registered service marks of IntraFi Network LLC. Placement of funds through the IntraFi℠ Network Deposits℠ service is subject to the terms, conditions, and disclosures in the service agreements, including the Deposit Placement Agreement [DPA]. Limits apply, and customer eligibility criteria may apply.
4 Must be enrolled in online/mobile banking.
5 First order of MMA checks may be free upon request.
6 'Eligible customer' for the FB-Org Money Market Account means a Farm Bureau-affiliated organization.
Fees could reduce earnings on deposit accounts.
The Annual Percentage Yield [APY] and interest rate on tiered rate accounts will change based on the account balance, as indicated by the tiers on the Rate page. If the balance increases or decreases into a different tier, the new rate yield and rate will take effect the date the balance changes and applies to the entire balance of the account.