Checking Accounts


 

Interest Checking Account

Our Interest Account offers you the convenience of a checking account with the interest-bearing benefit of a savings account. Features:
  • Open this account with as little as $25.
  • No fee if you maintain an average daily balance of just $500.
  • Interest is compounded and credited on a monthly basis.
  • Unlimited transactions and check writing.
  • Minimum average daily balance of $1,000 to obtain the annual percentage yield.
  • Additional Services available.
 

Regular Checking Account

Our Regular Checking Account offers you a low fee non-interest bearing checking account. Features:
  • Open this account with as little as $25.
  • No fee if you maintain a daily balance of just $100.
  • Pay only $0.10 on each check clearing the account.
  • Additional Services available.
 

Hancock Classic Checking Account

Our Hancock Classic Checking Account offers an interest-bearing checking account for our customers 62 or better. Features:
  • Open this account with as little as $25.
  • No minimum balance to maintain.
  • No monthly maintenance fee.
  • Basic wallet checks at no charge.
  • Interest is compounded and credited on a monthly basis.
  • Additional Services available.
 

Student Checking Account

Our Student Checking Account offers an interest-bearing checking account for our full-time students. Features:
  • Open this account with as little as $25.
  • No minimum balance to maintain.
  • No monthly maintenance fee.
  • Scholar Select checks at no charge.
  • Interest is compounded and credited on a monthly basis.
  • Additional Services available.
 

Options available to All Checking Accounts

  • Debit Card
  • E-Statement with Check Images
  • Online Banking
  • Mobile Banking
  • Bill Pay
  • Additional Services

WE'VE STOOD THE TEST OF TIME

Since 1899, Hancock County Savings Bank has stayed the course as an Independent Locally Managed Bank.

The state-chartered Hancock County Building and Loan Association was founded on December 31, 1899; and it granted its first mortgage loan in the amount of...
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