Money Market Deposit Accounts

Earn a Higher Return

Put your money to work with a money market deposit account from First National Bank Alaska. We offer competitive rates and investment account options that are sized right for you.

First Investment

This account provides convenient access to funds for occasional use. You will earn a competitive rate of interest based on your balance. Account details:

  • No minimum deposit to open
  • Meet the minimum daily balance of $2,500 to avoid monthly service fee
  • Monthly service fee of $9 with e-Statement
  • Monthly service fee of $10 with mailed paper statement
  • Limited to six transfers or checks per month
  • Additional transfers and checks are $10 each
  • Enhanced check images at no additional cost
  • Debit card use restricted to First National ATMs

Collected funds in the account earn interest at a competitive rate (daily balance computation method); for current annual percentage yield (APY) and balance tiers, click here.

Super First Investment

This account offers access to funds by check and provides higher interest rates for larger balances and tiered earnings. Account details:

  • Minimum opening balance of $25,000 required
  • Average collected balance of $25,000 to avoid monthly service fee
  • Monthly service fee of $24 with e-Statement
  • Monthly service fee of $25 with mailed paper statement
  • Interest rates tiered by balance (higher balance = higher rate)
  • Limited to six transfers or checks per month
  • Withdrawal transactions in excess of 6 per month are $25 each
  • Enhanced check images at no additional cost
  • Debit card use restricted to First National ATMs

Collected funds in the account earn interest at a competitive rate (daily balance computation method); for current annual percentage yield (APY) for each balance tier, click here.

For All Money Market Deposit Accounts

Withdrawal transactions refers to personal withdrawals, transfers, checks, and certain other routine transactions. Transfers refers to automatic, telephone, or pre-authorized transfers. Excessive transfers and/or checks may result in account closure or reclassification to be non-interest bearing.