Access Your Money While Earning Interest
Maximize your interest earning potential with a savings account that does more for your money. Our money market account provides tiered interest, so higher balances earn higher rates.
And get those high rates without locking away funds; enjoy the option to write the occasional check. Get the best of both worlds — start today!
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OMB's industry-leading mobile banking app puts you in control of your finances in powerful new ways. Check balances, transfer funds, pay bills, deposit checks, even chat live with our friendly staff directly in the app. With enhanced digital banking features and online security, you'll wonder how you ever lived without it. Download it now!
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Payments are fast, safe and easy thanks to Zelle®. Pay your family and friends or request money regardless of where they bank.
Money Market Explained: How It Works
Interest is compounded daily and credited monthly.
Yes, the interest rate on this account is variable and can change.
Yes. You can request checks for your Money Market account once it has been funded.
Yes! You can have a debit card for this account if you choose for even easier access at stores and ATMs.
Money Market statements are cut monthly on the last day of the month.
Annual percentage yield, or APY, is a calculation of the rate of return for your deposit over a one-year period that includes the interest rate plus compounding frequency. At OMB, you earn interest on a Money Market monthly.
Unlock Your Financial Potential with Stock Rewards Checking from OMB
OMB Stock Rewards Checking is a leading-edge banking solution that allows customers to earn 2.5% back in fractional shares of popular stocks every month. This revolutionary account is unlike any you’ve seen before, making stock market participation more accessible and inclusive for all.
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