Looking for affordable, low-risk, convenient investment options offering maximum security and high rewards? Whether you want a comprehensive long-term savings and retirement plan or you need a safe, short-term investment with a guaranteed return. Nevada State Bank is committed to providing the most effective investment products to help you save and grow your savings further. Make your choice from our range of CD and IRA products below or consult your banker about the best product for your needs.
CDs and IRAs
CDs are a safe, convenient and popular component of any investment portfolio. Simply use funds you don't need right away and choose the CD option that suits your needs. You get a guaranteed locked-in return at an attractive higher interest rate with a term that you get to choose. Learn More or Apply for a CD Online Now
Access the guaranteed earning power of a traditional CD combined with the flexibility and convenient access offered by a savings account. Learn More about our Ultimate CDs or Apply Online Now.
An Individual Retirement Account is a simple and convenient personal savings plan that allows you to save for your retirement, and some other expenses, with some tax benefits. Learn More about IRAs.
Nevada State Bank offers two types of CDs that may be used as IRAs. Compare them to find the best one for your budget and needs.
In partnership with its affiliates, Nevada State Bank is able to bring a variety of investment options, trust administration and wealth management services to all our clients. We can help you develop a customized investment plan to help you achieve your personal financial goals. We also offer services to help you plan for retirement, finance future educational expenses, reduce your income taxes, and maximize your investment returns. Learn more about our other investment services.
Call us at 800-727-4743 or contact your local Nevada State Bank Relationship Manager to find out how our Personal Banking Services can benefit you.
1. The Ultimate CD is not a time deposit or certificate of deposit as described in the Deposit Agreement, but is categorized as a money market account.