Compare Our Checking Accounts

Our checking accounts reward your banking relationship and give you the momentum you need. We also have Student Checking, exclusively available to students ages 16 – 23.

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Student Edition  ——  

 

Free ATM Transactions
Access to over 55,000 free Allpoint
ATMs worldwide

 

 

 


 

Free Debit MasterCard®
World Debit MasterCard 

 

Standard Debit MasterCard 

 

 


 

Free Checks2 

 

$9.99 first box

$14.99 first box


 

Free Online Banking 

 

 

 


 

Free Mobile Banking 

 

 

 


 

Call Center Priority 

 


 

Borrowing Benefits
Mortgage Closing Cost Rebate3,4 


$250
 


$150
 

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Auto & Home Equity Loan Discount4,5 

0.25% 

0.25% 

0.25% 


 

Saving Benefits
High Rate Diamond Savings & Money Market1 


 

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Statement Savings1 

  

6 mo. discount6 

  

Special CD Rates 

 

 

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Tuition Rewards
500 Enrollment Bonus Points

 

 

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Tell a Friend7
$25 Checking Referral Bonus

 

 

 


 

Free Telephone Banking 

 

 

 


 

Extras
4 Free non-First Midwest ATM transactions8 

 

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Safe Deposit Box Discount5 

50% off 

20% off 

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Free Teller Services9 

Checkmark 

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Overdraft Options 

 

 

 


 

Tiered Interest 

 

 

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Relationship Benefits and Monthly Fees 

Diamond Checking: Maintain a Mortgage, Home Equity Loan/Line, First Midwest Financial Network,10,11 Personal Trust, or Private Banking relationship, or $25,000 combined average daily balance in Checking, Savings, Money Market, and/or CDs OR $20.

Midwest Checking: Maintain a minimum of $1,000 per month in Direct Deposit or a $2,500 minimum daily balance in the account OR $12.

Simply Free Checking: No monthly fee.


 

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