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Savings Accounts in Bucks County

When you bank with The First, you’re with the most established bank in Bucks County. We remain committed to independence, so you never have to worry about mergers, name changes or closing branches. We offer a variety of savings options to meet all of your needs.

Statement Savings

Enjoy competitive rates and the flexibility of easy access to your money.

Money Market Savings

Enjoy a higher interest rate in exchange for a higher minimum balance while enjoying unlimited cash withdrawals.

KidsFirst Savings

Get your child started on the path to financial literacy with this free checking account that earns interest on balances of $50+

Special Purpose Savings Club

Save for a special occasion or important purchase with a dedicated account.

Holiday Savings Club

Make the holidays a time to remember with this special savings account, a longtime customer favorite.

Education Savings

Exclusively for saving for future, qualified higher education expenses of the designated beneficiary.

IRA Savings

Available in Roth or Traditional to help you save for retirement.

Savings Bonds

U.S. Savings Bonds make great gifts and convenient ways to save.

Certificate of Deposit

Only $500 to open, with terms from 90 days to five years.
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Statement Savings

Money Market Savings

Kids First Savings

Holiday

Special Purpose

IRA

Earns Interest
**ATM Card
Minimum Balance to Open$1.00$1.00$1.00$5.00$5.00$25.00
Minimum Balance to Earn Interest$100.00 $2,500.00 $50.00 $5.00 $5.00 $25.00
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Interest PaidMonthlyMonthlyCredited MonthlyYearlyAt end of TermMonthly
Fees**$1.00 per month per card
Service Charge if Below Minimum$3.00 if minimum balance is not maintained.$5.00 if minimum balance is not maintained. Allowed 6 Transfers per month.
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Open Your Savings Account in Bucks County

When you bank with The First, you’re with the most established bank in Bucks County. We remain committed to independence, so you never have to worry about mergers, name changes or closing branches. We offer a variety of savings options to meet all of your needs. Easily open a new account online—it’s fast and convenient. Start putting money away for the holidays, build your emergency fund, and save for retirement and other long-term savings goals. Need help choosing the right savings account for you? Contact us or visit your nearest location in Bucks County and our experienced local bankers will be happy to help.

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Card Services

The First offers a variety of ATM, debit, and credit cards for all your payment needs. Our Visa® gift cards are perfect for any occasion. Earn rewards with our uChoose rewards card, make mobile payments, and keep your cards secure with our FNBN Card Guard App.

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Digital Banking

The First gives you the power to bank anytime, anywhere. Online and on-the-go, our digital banking products provide the modern technology your busy life demands and the service you’ve come to expect.

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FDIC insurance is $250,000 per individual. Details on deposit coverage »

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